By Ron Jones

WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Four known gang members are off the street tonight as part of a multi-agency gang sweep and drug bust in West Sacramento.

This was kind of like an undercover operation, as local and state police targeted a home.

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Emerging from this house on Beardsley Drive in West Sacramento is a man in handcuffs trying to hide his face from CBS13’s cameras. West Sacramento Police say he’s a suspect in an FBI investigation called Operation Fair Play targeting gang and drug operations.

His next-door neighbor calls him a family man who keeps to himself.

“Trying to make a living,” said Ben Ochoa. Works and everything. I don’t know what’s going on over there.”

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Many are surprised that state and federal officers are involved, saying it’s the first time they’ve seen cops at the home.

“They’re all good. I don’t have no issues here,” said Sheryl Ochoa.

Four men were arrested on Tuesday, all known members of the Norteno street gang.

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Richard Mancha, Richard Posada, Ricardo Garza and Robert Sanchez were all wanted for the sale of meth and criminal gang activity.