As part of "Project Accountability," police say they seized more than $6 million in cash, some 63 vehicles, even a boat in so-called "asset forfeiture seizures."
Police say many of the items were seized after citizens tipped them off to criminal activity. In one case, more than $500,000 was seized after cleaning staff discovered suspicious bags in a hotel room.
Police say part of the probe is aimed a property owners who knowingly allow illegal activity to happen on their property.
These so-called "problem properties" include marijuana grow operations, crack houses, booze cans and illegal after-hours clubs.