Baltimore Police Find “Substantial Amount” Of Fentanyl, Hazmat Crews Called In

By Tyler Durden

Police in Baltimore City have recovered a “substantial amount” of fentanyl from an early Tuesday morning raid at a corner store on the war-torn streets of West Baltimore.

Police report two unidentified people were taken into custody at the time of the raid with pending charges. Police served a search and seizure warrant at the store after a concerned resident in the neighborhood tipped off police.

In fact, at the time of the raid, police had to call in various hazmat crews, because so much fentanyl and opioids were found. One reporter on the scene snapped incredible photos of “guys in hazmat suits” holding “some sort of detectors in hand.”

Unsure what exactly is going on. Guys in hazmat suits just came out of the store with some sort of detector in hand and are now being helped out of their suits. Police huddling near entrance. pic.twitter.com/Ssye1b4XZ2

— Kevin Rector (@RectorSun) December 5, 2017

A special operations vehicle called ‘HAZ1MAT’ was called to the scene to assist investigators.

More hazmat apparatus/officials arriving even as others seem to be packing up. pic.twitter.com/0KfWJ0WsKa

— Kevin Rector (@RectorSun) December 5, 2017

Firefighters were seen hosing down hazmat crews as they exited the …read more

Source:: ZeroHedge