A mother and son were arrested by the Clark County Sheriff's Office on Sunday in its biggest drug bust since 2003.
Officers found $21,356 cash and more than $25,000 worth of drugs at the trailers of Suzette R. Espinosa-Pina, 44, and her son Michael A. Deharak, 25, at about 2 p.m.
A nearly five-hour search netted drugs and cash stashed all over their homes at 500 and 504 Treehaven Drive, which officers searched after being tipped off by a confidential informant.
Sheriff Berl Perdue said they began to make a forced entry, but Espinosa-Pina opened the door.
"She was very surprised and screamed a little bit, then it was over," he said. "The guy was cool as a cucumber. I think he realized what was going on."