TUCSON – Tucson Police Department seized a large amount of fentanyl and a stolen firearm during Wednesday traffic stop on the south side.
According to officials, TPD conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle Wednesday near Interstate 19 and Irvington Road. After further investigation, the responding officers discovered more than 150 pills of fentanyl and a stolen gun.
Authorities say an undisclosed amount of cash was also seized in the incident.
🚨STOLEN GUN & 150+ FENTANYL PILLS RECOVERED🚨
Officers from @ops_south CRT recovered over 150 fentanyl pills along with a stolen gun and money during a traffic stop from June 12th.
Officers working to prevent fentanyl from hitting the community! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/lnuZeUsepx
— Ofc. Frank Magos (@frankiemagos) June 14, 2019
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