3 brothers arrested after officials find 9,000 fentanyl pills in Phoenix home

PHOENIX — Three brothers are accused of drug-related offenses after a search of a Phoenix home led to the seizure of various narcotics, including 9,000 fentanyl pills, authorities said.

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In a post made on its Facebook page on Tuesday, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said Thomas Lallande, 54, Terren Lallande, 48, Tory Lallande, 43, were arrested and charged with drug-related charges, including transportation, sale and possession of dangerous drugs, and transportation, sale and possession of narcotic drugs, KNXV reported.

DPS officials said troopers found the fentanyl pills, along with counterfeit money and firearms when they conducted a search warrant at a home in Phoenix, KSAZ reported. The warrant was a follow-up to a previous traffic stop “in which a large quantity of narcotics and dangerous drugs were found,” the DPS said.

On Monday, March 1, 2021, the AZDPS Maricopa County Criminal Targeting Unit (CTU) executed a residential search warrant...

Posted by Arizona Department of Public Safety on Tuesday, March 9, 2021

All three men were arrested and booked into the Maricopa County Jail, KXNV reported.

DPS officials said Tory Lallande also had a felony warrant out of California for a weapons violation, KSAZ reported.