Five people have been arrested in a fentanyl and heroin mill operating out of a home in Westchester County, New York.
Agents from the DEA and Greenburgh police executed a warrant around 10:15 a.m. Friday. Officials said police arrested 5 people in the home. According to a DEA spokesperson, five kilograms of the synthetic opioid and six kilograms of heroin were seized, along with other paraphernalia. “The fentanyl alone has the potency to kill nearly over two million people. I commend the men and women in the Task Force and Tactical Diversion Squad for their quick and efficient investigation into this organization and their diligence to the safety of the residents living nearby,” said Ray Donovan, DEA Special Agent in Charge.