Over One Million Fentanyl Pills Seized; Largest Bust in Phoenix Police’s History

Phoenix police recently seized over one million fentanyl pills in what they are calling it the single largest fentanyl seizure in Phoenix police history.

The Phoenix Police Department have arrested two men in the bust that  happened on Sept. 21.

Authorities say more than 1,000,000 fentanyl pills were seized in the bust.

Leading up to the bust, detectives had been investigating leads into the possession of narcotic drugs for sale. Officers with the department’s Special Assignments Unit executed search warrants for a home near Avondale Boulevard and Durango Street in Avondale, along with a car that belonged to one of the suspects.

Police officials say 26-year-old Francisco Delgado and 21-year-old Jose Molina were arrested in connection with the seizure. Reports show that at least one weapon was also seized in the bust.

Both suspects were arrested and booked into the Maricopa County Jail on a number of felony charges.



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