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Phoenix police make history after finding 1 million fentanyl pills in Avondale

Two young men have been arrested after Phoenix police reported finding more than a million fentanyl pills in an Avondale home.

PHOENIX — Phoenix police say its detectives have recently made their largest fentanyl bust in the agency's history after they seized more than one million fentanyl pills. 

Francisco Delgado, 26, and Jose Molina, 21, were arrested this week after investigators allegedly found a large quantity of narcotics in an Avondale home.

Phoenix police say the seizure is the largest its ever made when it comes to investigations involving fentanyl. 

Both suspects were arrested and booked into the Maricopa County jail on several felony charges.  

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