Phoenix police make huge drug dust

Phoenix police made a major drug arrest, arresting a man and woman after suspecting illegal drug activity.

PHOENIX — A traffic stop led police to uncover over $100,000 in cash, more than 45,000 pills and a stolen motorcycle in a major drug bust in Phoenix.

Phoenix Police officers stopped a vehicle they believed was linked to illegal drug activity. Officers said they found evidence of dangerous drugs in the vehicle and arrested a 47-year-old man and 32-year-old woman.

A search warrant used at the suspect’s home prompted police to locate him

  • $101,364 cash
  • 45,000 fentanyl pills
  • 1,500 Xanax pills
  • Nine firearms, three of which were stolen
  • 4.6 pounds of fentanyl powder
  • Five ounces of heroin
  • A found, stolen motorcycle

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