The FBI seized more than 220 pounds of drugs in Massachusetts last week in a massive drug bust — believed to be the most drugs ever found in a single spot in New England.
The FBI task force found 10 million doses of drugs with a street value of $8 million during a search on November 1 in Lynn just north of Boston, the Justice Department said in a press release Monday. The stash included eight million doses of fentanyl and methamphetamine laced pills and powder.
Among the drugs were 20 pounds of pink, heart-shaped, fentanyl-laced pills that were “pressed to look like candy,” the Justice Department said.
Authorities also found brown rock and powder-like substances, which tested positive for cocaine and other drugs, and counterfeit Adderall pills believed to contain methamphetamines.
Three men were arrested in connection with allegedly running the “large-scale drug trafficking organization,” authorities said.
A 25-year-old man, Emilio Garcia, also known as “6” and a 33-year-old man, Sebastien Bejin, also known as Bash, were each charged with two counts, including possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute. A third 40-year-old man, Deiby…