GRANADA HILLS (CBSLA.com) — Narcotics detectives from the Simi Valley Police Department arrested a 54-year-old woman and accused her of being a major methamphetamine dealer.

Dorothy Zamora of Granada Hills was arrested after a two-month investigation, authorities said.

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Zamora was also booked on a variety of weapons charges.

Narcotics detectives and police officers served a search warrant at Zamora’s residence in the 16900 block of Simonds.

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During the search, detectives said, they found over 82 grams of methamphetamine and evidence of sales of methamphetamine. Detectives also recovered the following weapons:

Some of the weapons, money and drugs allegedly found inside the home of a Granada Hills woman. (credit: Simi Valley Police Dept.)

Some of the weapons, money and drugs authorities say they found inside the home of a Granada Hills woman. (credit: Simi Valley Police Department)

•AK-47 along with 12 high-capacity magazines loaded with ammunition
•Mini 14 .223 rifle
•Colt 1911 handgun
•Ruger .22 pistol
•.44 revolver
•Springfield XD40
•38 boxes of 7.62mm rifle ammunition

Zamora, a convicted felon and former Simi Valley resident, was arrested and booked at the Ventura County Main Jail on changes of several felonies, including possession of a controlled substance for sale, transportation/sales of a controlled substance, possession of controlled substances while possessing a firearm, felon in possession of a firearm and felon in possession of ammunition.

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Anyone with information on illegal drug sales may anonymously report it to the Simi Valley Police Department by calling the narcotics tip line at (805) 583-6210.