53,000 Fentanyl Pills, 11 pounds of meth seized during raid on Phoenix Home

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PHOENIX, AZ – Police in Phoenix know exactly what a home invasion suspect was looking for when they found 53,000 fentanyl pills and 11 pounds of meth.

“Mustard and a hot dog, not mustard and meth. Our robbery detectives were investigating a home invasion in the area of 35th Ave./Indian School Rd. on 03/29 when they located 53,000 M30 fentanyl pills, 11 lbs. of meth, and $11,758,” Phoenix Police reported today.

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