PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - The Phoenix Police Department teamed up with the Drug Enforcement Administration to make a big fentanyl bust in the western part of the city. The raid happened on July 12 in the neighborhood of 47th and Olive avenues. There, officers and agents found more than 4,500 fentanyl pills and 22 pounds of suspected fentanyl powder. They also confiscated 86 guns; 13 of them were stolen, police said.
There was also more than $280,000 in cash that was confiscated. Police didn't say what led up to the raid or if anyone was arrested. No other information was released.