Six pounds of meth, one pound of fentanyl seized in SF’s Tenderloin

The photo is of the SFPD Tenderloin.

Six pounds of meth and one pound of Fentanyl were seized in San Francisco.

There is a photo of the SFPD Tenderloin.

The officers made a narcotics arrest in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood and seized more than 6 pounds of meth.

The governor pledged to use the resources of the California National Guard and the California Highway Patrol to fight the city’s drug problem. Mayor London Breed said Friday that the state needs to help break up the drug dealing happening in the city.

Fentanyl is the leading cause of drug overdose deaths in San Francisco. The department said in January that 72 percent of the deaths were attributed to fentanyl.

A small amount of the drug can be fatal and people who use drugs may be exposed to it in other drugs.

Police said there were 525 grams of fentanyl and 2,774.9 grams of methamphetamine in the Tenderloin seizure.

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