CLASS A drugs were seized in pub raids across Flintshire.
Five people are under investigation after the discovery of substances, including cocaine.
Councillors have welcomed the police operation which saw officers swoop on licensed premises.
Class B cannabis and amphetamines were also discovered across Flint, Deeside and Holywell.
Searches took place on Friday as part of a strategy to clamp down on drugs in pubs.
Shotton councillor David Evans was in a pub when 15 officers descended on the premises.
“I was there when they came in,” he said. “All the lights went up and they brought in a sniffer dog.
“Everybody was told to stay still while the dog went round the pub.
“They took one lad into another room but they didn’t find anything on him.
“It’s nice that they carry out this sort of thing.
“It was quite reassuring and I would support them doing more of it in pubs in the area.”
Holywell councillor Gareth Roberts said he welcomed the crackdown.
“Drugs are obviously a serious problem,” he said.
“I am very, very glad that they are cracking down as it means pubs will be more amenable to the public at large.”
The exercise also won support from Flint councillor Alex Aldridge who said people should not have to feel intimidated or threatened by dealers or addicts in pubs.
“People make a lot of money out of individuals’ misery with drugs. It’s a downward spiral.
“We can only support the police with regards to cracking down on dealing.
“It must be pretty distressing for landlords and landladys to have to confront dealers as there are often gangs involved.
“A pub is a place to drink and eat not for drug taking and dealing.”
A spokesman for North Wales Police said: “It was part of a strategy to reduce illegal drug taking in public houses.
“Subsequently, five people are under investigation for possession of controlled substances, having been found during this operation to be in possession of such items.”
He said the names of the pubs where drugs were discovered could not be revealed.
Those found to be in possession of drugs must report back to police stations to face questioning.