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The Drug Enforcement Administration made the drug bust in the Bronx and seized over a $1 million worth of heroin and fentanyl that were in envelopes stamped with the words “coronavirus”, “isis” and “24 Black Mamba
Six individuals who were arrested during the drug bust are facing federal drug charges
In addition to the $1 million worth of drugs federal agents also seized $25,000 in cash and drug trafficking materials.
Some of the drugs found during the bust are believed to be related to overdose deaths that have occurred throughout New York and New Jersey.
The stamps on the envelopes containing the drugs help to indicate where the drugs originally came from. The drugs found in the bust are believed to be linked to Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel
“There is no place in our city for illegal narcotics that undermine public safety and threaten lives. I thank our detectives, and our federal and local partners, for remaining determined in our mission to protect New Yorkers throughout this Coronavirus crisis,”
– Dermot Shea, NYPD commissioner
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