MCSO arrests suspect in Queen Creek sale, possession of fentanyl pills

Posted 5/11/20

Maricopa County Drug Suppression Task Force and HIDTA Enforcement Action Team detectives recently made an arrest in relation to the sale and possession of fentanyl pills.

MCSO HEAT detectives, …

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MCSO arrests suspect in Queen Creek sale, possession of fentanyl pills

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Maricopa County Drug Suppression Task Force and HIDTA Enforcement Action Team detectives recently made an arrest in relation to the sale and possession of fentanyl pills.

MCSO HEAT detectives, working on tips regarding fentanyl pills distribution in Queen Creek, were able to identify 23-year-old Luis Hernandez as a suspected pill dealer who advertised selling various drugs through social media and would meet customers throughout the Valley, according to a release.

Detectives contacted the suspect, set up a drug purchase and were able to arrest the suspect without incident. The suspect had 10 blue M30 fentanyl pills inside his vehicle, the release states.

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