‘Enough to kill the entire population of Ohio’: Massive fentanyl bust leads to multiple arrests

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DAYTON, Ohio - The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday a joint operation that led to the seizure of over 40 pounds of fentanyl.

The Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force, Federal Bureau of Investigations Safe Street Task Force and the RANGE Task Force arrested Shamar Davis, 31, Anthony Franklin, 30, and Grady Jackson, 37, of Dayton, Ohio.

All face a charge of possession with intent to distribute 400 or more grams of fentanyl and felon in possession of a firearm.

"The quantity of fentanyl in this case amounts to chemical warfare and a weapon of mass destruction," Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said.

1500 grams of suspected Methamphetamine, 500 grams of suspected Heroin, three firearms and over $30,000 in cash were also seized as part of the raid.

“Twenty-kilograms of fentanyl is enough to kill the entire population of Ohio, many times over,” said Vance Callender, Homeland Security Investigations special agent in charge for Michigan and Ohio.

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