WATERBURY - Police along with federal agents arrested three men believed to be members of the "960 Gang" after a raid at a Watertown home Friday, according to WTNH.

The location is the home of Ezra Alves, 19, who police believed was involved in two shootings in 2018/

Alves was charged with nearly a dozen offenses including criminal possession of a firearm and possession of narcotics with intent to sell after Waterbury police working with Federal Bureau of Investigation agents found 400 bags of heroin laced with fentanyl, two handguns, two assault rifles, 75 rounds of ammunition and a high capacity magazine during the raid at his home, reports said.

Police also arrested Jaivuan McKnight, 21, of Waterbury, and Malik Bayon, 23, of Ansonia, reports said.

The raid was part of an investigation into illegal narcotics sales and violent crimes, WTNH said.

All three men were held on bond.