Man arrested in Phoenix after traffic stop leads to discovery of 39,000 fentanyl pills
PHOENIX — A man was arrested last week after authorities discovered over 39,000 fentanyl pills and $15,000 in a car during a traffic stop in Phoenix.
The Phoenix Police Department said in a social media post that they developed probable cause that the driver was involved in illegal drug sales.
A search warrant was executed and officers pulled over the vehicle, which led to the discovery of the drugs and money.
Officers recovered 37 bags of fentanyl and the cash as part of the search.
As fentanyl overdoses continue to rise in the United States, the Phoenix police continue to post their successful busts.
No other information was available.