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Drug bust leads to confiscation of fentanyl in northeast South Dakota

A drug bust in northeast South Dakota confiscates multi-million dollars worth of fentanyl. According to a release from Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate law enforcement, the alleged bust happened at approximately 4:00 a.m. On Saturday November 26th with help from the Roberts County Sheriff’s Department. Officers pulled over a vehicle in the Lake Traverse District. None of the occupants of the vehicle were Native American and the driver was arrested for impersonation to deceive law enforcement. Upon searching the vehicle authorities claim they located 12..4 pounds of fentanyl pills and 3.6 pounds of fentanyl powder. That carries an estimated street value of over $2.3 million. Both occupants have been arrested and the investigation has been turned over to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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