An Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics K9 intercepted 9 kilos of fentanyl that was recently being trafficked through the Sooner State.
Authorities with the state narcotics department said OBN K-9 Yeko intercepted the drugs moving through Oklahoma on Wednesday.
OBN officials said the 9 kilos is enough for more than 90,000 counterfeit pills with a street value of $3.6 million. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics did not say where the drug bust happened.
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