Hartford Police seize over 4,800 bags of fentanyl from Manchester man

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford police seized 4,860 bags of fentanyl and 90 grams of unpackaged fentanyl following a traffic stop.

Police arrested David Cintron, 24, of Manchester. He received multiple charges including Possession of Narcotics, operating a drug factory, and driving without a license.

In regards to the incident, Hartford Police said in a social media post, “If you don’t think that fatal overdoses would have likely come from this being out on the streets, you are kidding yourself.”

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