Pennsylvania State Police seized $7,050,174 worth of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine and other illegal drugs from April through June 2018, according to information released Thursday.

More than 22 pounds of heroin and 21 pounds of the synthetic opioid fentanyl were removed from the streets during that time. In its purest form, just a small amount of fentanyl can be deadly for users or anyone who encounters the drug. The illegal opioids confiscated have a combined street value of $1,008,520.

Nearly 37 pounds of cocaine and over 43 pounds of meth were seized in Pennsylvania during the same time period.

That's more than the $5.7 million in drugs confiscated in the first three months of 2018. It included 22 pounds of heroin and fentanyl.

Drug Seizure Totals: April 1 to June 30, 2018

 Drug

Total Seized

Total Value of Amount Seized

Cocaine

36.79 lbs.

$1,655,550

Crack Cocaine

1.85 lbs.

$83,915

Heroin

22.66 lbs.

$668,200

Fentanyl

21.27 lbs.

$340,320

LSD

93 doses

$1,860

PCP

0.625 lbs.

$2,500

Marijuana THC – Liquid

9.12 pints

$58,368

Marijuana THC Solid

50.28 lbs.

$251,400

Marijuana Plants

323 plants

$252,350

Processed Marijuana

589.18 lbs.

$2,945,900

Synthetic Marijuana & Stimulants

26.51 lbs.

$26,510

Methamphetamines

43.18 lbs.

$604,520

Other Narcotics

4.22 lbs.

$9,706

Other Narcotics (pills)

5,963 pills

$149,075

 

Total Value:

$7,050,174