1,200 bags of heroin, fentanyl found on convicted felon, Hartford police say

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford police said they found 1,200 bags of heroin and fentanyl while performing a search warrant on Thursday.

According to police, the Vice/Narcotics and Street Crime units were conducting the search in the Barry Square neighborhood.

During that time, officers found a convicted felon to be in possession of the drugs in addition to $1,000 in cash and a firearm with an “obliterated” serial number.

Police did not identify the person or say if he or she was charged.

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