On March 14, the OC Sheriff’s North Narcotics Team arrested a suspect known to have drug trafficking ties to Orange County.
The North Narcotics Team executed a search warrant at a residence in Los Angeles County and the evidence seized included 73,000 “M30” Fentanyl pills, a handgun, and $29,845 in suspected narcotics proceeds.
OC Sheriff Don Barnes had this to say about the drug seizure: “While I will continue the fight against fentanyl in the legislature, I am grateful for these dedicated investigators who are putting in the work, day in and day out, to pull these dangerous narcotics out of our community and hold traffickers accountable.”
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I am against dangerous drugs..but this is bigger than this…so many people dying? They need love and compassion if there ever gonna recover. Sad…