Dina Peralta, Robert Flores, Michael Salazar

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Three people have been arrested after a two-day investigation by the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) for alleged trafficking of large quantities of meth and fentanyl pills on Thursday.

DPS arrested three people for allegedly trafficking large amount of meth, fentanyl

DPS says three career criminals, 37-year-old Robert Flores, 41-year-old Michael Salazar, and 50-year-old Dina Peralta, were arrested after a search warrant was served leading to the discovery and removal of 87.6 pounds of meth, 4,450 fentanyl pills, a handgun, and two cars. 

DPS says Flores and Salazar are known gang members and both on probation. Peralta is a known gang associate who had five felony warrants for her arrest. 

Flores, Salazar, and Peralta have all been charged with possession of a narcotic drug, a narcotic drug for sale, transportation of a dangerous drug for sale, and conducting illegal business. 

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