Originally published on WPXI
PENN HILLS, Pa. — A major drug bust in Penn Hills uncovered more than 1,000 fentanyl stamp bags and evidence of a possible dog fighting ring.
Agents with the Pa. Attorney General’s office, along with Penn Hills and Monroeville police, carried out the bust Friday morning.
Investigators said agents found more than 1,000 fentanyl stamp bags stamped with words like “STEEL CITY” and “POWER” inside the home. But they also found $13,000 in cash and two handguns.
Seven pit bulls were also found on the property, along with evidence of a possible dog fighting ring.
During the bust, agents arrested a woman — Crystal McDonald. She is facing numerous drug and animal cruelty charges.
Friday night, agents also filed charges against another person in connection with the drug bust. Juqea Sears will also face similar charges to McDonald.