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Last week, the Pennsylvania State Police announced that during the second quarter of 2020, troopers confiscated almost $6,000,000 worth of illicit drugs.

Police say from April 1 through June 30, state police seized nearly 47 of pounds heroin and fentanyl, with a street value of more than $1 million. State police also removed nearly 32 pounds of cocaine and crack cocaine from Pennsylvania communities. 

The following breakdown of seized drugs was provided along with their value:

Cocaine – 18.89 lbs – $415,580

Crack Cocaine – 13.07 lbs – $209,120

Heroin – 17.02 lbs – $578,680

Fentanyl – 29.86 lbs – $477,760

LSD – 64 Doses – $1,280

Marijuana THC Liquid – 14.02 pints – $93,934

Marijuana THC Solid – 44.04 lbs – $22,200

Marijuana Plants – 175 Plants – $28,875

Processed Marijuana – 964.23 lbs – $2,892,690

Methamphetamines – 17.32 lbs – $173,200

MDMA – Ecstasy – 0.83 lbs – $2,739

MDMA – Pills – 3,089 Pills – $46,335

Other Narcotics – 57.04 lbs – $114,080

Other Narcotics (Pills) – 18,774 Pills – $469,350

Total Value – $5,723,823

State police also collected 211 pounds of prescription and other medication as part of its drug take-back program in the second quarter of 2020. There are 65 drug take-back boxes at state police stations throughout the commonwealth, providing a safe way to dispose of unused or unwanted medication 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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