San Bernardino drug bust: Authorities seize $4.3M worth of narcotics

The San Bernardino Police Department announced a massive drug bust that led to the seizure of over $4 million worth of narcotics. 

In a video posted to social media Wednesday, San Bernardino Capt. Nelson Carrington said officers conducted a traffic stop on a white pickup truck on the south end of town. During the investigation, officers located an estimated 10,000 fentanyl pills inside the vehicle. 

Officers later discovered the truck came from a business located in the 2500 block of Redlands Boulevard where they executed a search warrant. 

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While at the property, officers and a K-9 unit found 100 pounds of meth and 23 kilos of powder fentanyl, which is enough to kill 11.5 million people. 

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Cpt. Carrington said the department’s patrol officers and narcotics unit wants drug dealers to know "we’re coming hard, and we’re coming to get you."