Although a press conference happening this afternoon will tell us all of the gory details, this morning an Oakland drug bust went down. It was one of the largest of its kind in the East Bay, ever. "Biggest drug busts in years," squealed giddy authorities.

At the dewy-fresh hour of 6 a.m., Oakland police officers, Alameda County sheriff's deputies, and agents with the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration and the FBI went on an Oakland-wide spree of busts for heroin trafficking (as well as "cocaine and marijuana, " at least according to this morning's Mornings On 2's.)

It seems, though, that the focus was on tar heroin trafficking from a sole distributor in Central Valley. (Meth, heroin, trailers, unbearable heat -- what fun doesn't the Central Valley have!?)