Underground bunker filled with illegal drugs discovered at Granada Hills home

One person was arrested after an illegal drug lab located in an underground bunker of a Granada Hills home was raided Wednesday night, according to authorities. 

The Los Angeles Police Department said officers recovered fentanyl, heroin, meth and magic mushrooms.

In November, narcotics officers received an anonymous tip of a possible illegal marijuana cultivation at a home on the 16500 block of Hiawatha Street.

On Dec. 21, officers searched the house and arrested 37-year-old Casey Linder.

During a search of the house, officers found hallucinogenic mushrooms growing in a backyard shed. According to LAPD, the shed had an access point to a bunker that went 12 feet underground. Inside the bunker officers found a Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and a Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) extraction lab. 

Officers seized eight handguns, two shotguns, four rifles, approximately 8 lbs. of methamphetamine, 3.6 lbs. of cannabis, 8 liters of GHB, 1 ounce of heroin, 2.1 ounces of fentanyl, 25 DMT pills, 1.8 grams of alprazolam, and 21 strips of suboxone.

Many neighbors say they are surprised to see a drug lab like this on their block. 

Linder was arrested for Manufacture Controlled Substance and booked at Van Nuys Jail with bail set at $75,000. He is the son of the homeowner.