THOMAS COUNTY, Ga. (WALB) - Fentanyl, meth and marijuana were seized in a drug bust.
Thomas County Narcotics and Vice Division have been following a couple they believed were selling drugs out of their residence and business.
The search warrants happened at two different locations and drugs were found on both Kevin Brooks and Jana Cedeno.
But, Louis Schofill, the Commander of the Narcotics and Vice Division says they were surprised to see fentanyl at Brooks' residence because they haven't had any cases involving that drug in months.
"Medical grade fentanyl patches used to cure peoples pain. They're ones you stick on and used for when people are cancer patients or in hospice. Real powerful stuff," said Schofill.
Schofill says fentanyl is much harder to obtain as a drug dealer, and is more powerful than any high meth could give you.
Brooks was charged with possession of fentanyl, meth and marijuana.
Cedeno was charged with possession of marijuana and a drug related object.