Police seize 900,000 doses of fentanyl from Fort Worth home, arrest 2 suspects

At least two suspects were arrested after police found approximately 900,000 doses of fentanyl and several firearms in an east Fort Worth home on Tuesday, according to the Fort Worth Police Department.

Around 2 p.m. Tuesday, a SWAT team, Fort Worth Narcotics Task Force officers and Dallas Homeland Security investigators served a warrant and searched a home in the 6200 block of Ramey Avenue where they believed fentanyl was being sold.

About 900,000 doses of fentanyl, other drugs and several weapons were seized Tuesday from a Fort Worth home in the 6200 block of Ramey Avenue.  Fort Worth Police Department

About 900,000 doses of fentanyl, other drugs and several weapons were seized Tuesday from a Fort Worth home in the 6200 block of Ramey Avenue. Fort Worth Police Department

Investigators seized two kilograms of fentanyl – enough to make around 900,000 doses – along with large amounts of other drugs and several weapons, police said in a news release.

The investigation is continuing to determine the charges against those detained.

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