State Police Seized Over $19 Million in Prohibited Drugs in the First Quarter of 2016

Pennsylvania State Police announced on Friday that troopers seized over $19 million in heroin, marijuana and other prohibited drugs in the first quarter of 2016.

In the first quarter of 2016, troopers seized over 109 pounds of cocaine and over 25 pounds of heroin with a combined approximate street value of $13.5 million. In addition, state police seized over 26 pounds of methamphetamines valued at over $1.1 million and over 1,100 pounds of marijuana with an estimated value over $4.1 million.

In 2015, the state police seized over $118 million in prohibited drugs.

For more information about the Pennsylvania State Police, visit their website at www.psp.pa.gov.

Drug
Total Seized in Pounds / Pints
Total Value of amount seized
Amphetamines
0.05 lbs.
$2,000.00
Cocaine
106.062 lbs.
$4,800,000.00
Crack Cocaine
3.285 lbs.
$150,000.00
Hashish
2.65 lbs.
$60,000.00
Heroin
25.311 lbs.
$8,640,000.00
LSD
.008 lbs.
$600.00
Marijuana THC – Liquid
0.438 pints
$8,200.00
Marijuana THC Solid
11.664 lbs.
$212,000.00
Marijuana Plants
228 plants
$228,000.00
Processed Marijuana
1,118 lbs.
$3,912,000.00
MDMA Ecstasy
0.058 lbs.
$2,000.00
Methamphetamines
26.032 lbs.
$1,180,000.00
Morphine (pills)
0.053 lbs.
$2,400.00
Other Narcotics
2.42 lbs.
$18,000.00
Other Narcotics (pills)
3,992 pills
$39,920.00
Synthetic Marijuana & Stimulants
1.124 lbs.
$3,700.00
Total Value
$19,258,820.00
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