MIAMI (CBSMiami) — An undercover  investigation, triggered by an anonymous tip, led police to arrest a father and son accused of dealing drugs from a Miami home.

Miami-Dade Police Gang Unit detectives arrested Nelson Angel Rodriguez, 33, and Nelson Valeriano Rodriguez, 59, on Wednesday morning. The two are father and son.

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According to police, surveillance was placed at the home located at 761 N.W. 132 Place after they received an anonymous tip. Detectives said they observed one of them, “conducting hand-to-hand drug transactions with different unknown buyers.”

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When Police went to arrest them, they seized a large variety of narcotics including, cocaine, marijuana, MDMA, hashish, & mushrooms.

They also seized a large cache of weapons including, 9 handguns, 14 rifles and U.S. currency.

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(Courtesy: Miami-Dade Police)

(Courtesy: Miami-Dade Police)

Nelson Valeriano Rodriguez faces a charge of armed trafficking of cocaine while his son Nelson Angel Rodriguez faces charges for selling marijuana, possession of marijuana, possession of MDMA, and possession of a firearm while in commission of a felony.