Prosecutors Claim That A Coffee Table In A Bronx Apartment Was Found To Contain About $7 Million Worth of Fentanyl And Heroin
THE NEW YORK After discovering about $7 million worth of fentanyl and heroin at an apartment near Van Cortlandt Park. A Bronx man is now being charged.
According to the authorities, Samuel Rojas-Camacho, 59. He detains earlier this week on suspicion of possession and paraphernalia.
Authorities claim that he repeatedly entered. It left the structure that was thought to be a drug stash location before leaving the state.
Around nine o’clock on Monday night, he was stopped in a green Jaguar sedan. After an hour, police searched the premises and discovered about 50 pounds of fentanyl and heroin. Some are concealed inside a coffee table.
“With significant quantities of fentanyl and heroin still flooding New York City, this case shows how drugs are transported from one state to another. Drug traffickers go to great lengths to hide drug shipments that fetch millions of dollars, in this case, inside a table with a secret compartment for a trap. “In a statement, Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget G. Brennan said. “Overdose rates continue to reach record high levels, with fentanyl blamed for most fatalities.”