Man arrested with 920 bags of suspected heroin/fentanyl

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Man arrested with 920 bags of suspected heroin/fentanyl

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A man in Pennsylvania was taken into custody last month after state police pulled him over and discovered more than 900 bags of suspected heroin/fentanyl.

The incident occurred on March 24 after state police pulled over a vehicle traveling northbound on I-380, according to a report.

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“Criminal activity” was suspected by authorities, and a search was conducted, authorities said.

At least 920 bags of suspected heroin/fentanyl was discovered in the rear seat of the vehicle, the report noted.

Marcus Manigault, 37, of Nanticoke, was a car passenger and confessed the drugs were his, police said.

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Manigault was taken into custody and is facing possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, among other drug-related charges, according to the report.

He was placed in Lackawanna County Prison on a $75,000 bail.

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