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California men arrested, charged with having 32,000 fentanyl pills worth $1 million

Added 11-23-22 07:43:02pm EST - “Two men were arrested in Queens, New York, after police said they were in possession of about 32,000 fentanyl pills worth $1 million.” - Foxnews.com

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Former DEA special agent Derek Maltz joins 'America's Newsroom' to discuss record levels of fentanyl seizures in Southern California.

Two California men were arrested on Monday at a hotel near John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, New York, after they were allegedly in possession of about 32,000 fentanyl pills with an estimated street value of $1 million.

Pierre-Lys Roodolph, 33, of San Diego and Uriel Barajas-Valencia, 50, of Perris, were arrested after a two-month-long investigation that came to a head when the two men were allegedly caught conducting a drug transaction behind a Hampton Inn on 135th Avenue in Queens.

The investigation resulted in the seizure of about 32,000 fentanyl pills with a street value of $1 million. (NYC Special Narcotics Prosecutor's Office)

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