(The AEGIS Alliance) – Earlier this week a regular traffic stop in Arizona swiftly turned into one to remember when sheriff’s deputies stated they confiscated an amount of fentanyl powder capable of producing up to 10 million potentially deadly pills.
On Friday, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office stated that on Wednesday a police canine discovered almost 22 pounds of fentanyl inside a truck, according to The Associated Press.
The vehicle had been driving unpredictably when deputies pulled the driver over.
Age 21 Daniel Antonio Guzman-Perez was driving the vehicle and was placed under arrest.
Jail records reveal that on Wednesday, Guzman-Perez was booked into jail.
Significant as the confiscation was, Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes said that this isn’t the biggest seizure made by the sheriff’s office during these past recent weeks.
Kyle James Lee – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.