Two raids of properties in Allentown, P.A. on Thursday resulted in the seizure of what police called a “massive” amount of drugs, including more than 55,000 doses of the deadly cutting agent Fentanyl, with an estimated street value of around $460,000.
A report from PENNLIVE said, 47-year old, Harold Bauza, of Allentown, P.A, was the lone suspect arrested in the two raids. He was slapped with 8 felony charges related to the drugs recovered, including four counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, and weapons violations.
Police say they recovered 372 grams of cocaine, 16 grams of crack cocaine, 2,041 grams of Marijuana, $4,450 cash, a kilo press (for bulk packaging), and a .380 Ruger handgun, from one of the properties. They recovered 39,000 bags of packaged Fentanyl, 477.5 grams of bulk Fentanyl, 156 grams of Crystal Meth, 183 grams of cocaine, 2 grams of crack cocaine, 1,213 grams of Marijuana, an Ak-47assault rifle, ballistic body armor, and packaging and distribution paraphernalia from the second property.