Investigators find $100G worth of fentanyl wrapped in fish filets

Daily News - Investigators hooked quite a catch in the Bronx — $100,000 worth of deadly fentanyl wrapped in fresh fish filets, authorities said Thursday.

Bricks of the killer opioid were found stuffed inside Styrofoam coolers placed in the backseat of an Acura during a Feb. 1 search in Parkchester, the city’s special narcotics prosecutor said.

Law enforcement working a drug-trafficking case got a warrant to inspect the 2017 white Acura MDX near the intersection of Leland Ave. and Archer St.

One cooler had two fentanyl bricks underneath the fish slices, plus a third block hidden in vacuum-sealed chili. The other cooler held another fentanyl chunk smothered in filets.

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