PHOENIX - Officials with the Scottsdale Police Department say they seized $600,000 in fentanyl pills during a traffic stop on April 7.
According to a statement released on April 8, officers conducted a traffic stop due to an equipment violation near Scottsdale and McKellips Roads, and during the stop, officers searched the car and found 33.5 pounds of fentanyl.
Officers found 23 pounds of fentanyl pills and 10.5 pounds of fentanyl powder.
"Individual information about the suspects is being withheld due to the active investigation," read a portion of the statement.
Courtesy: Scottsdale Police Department
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