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BISMARCK, N. D. – Three individuals from Detroit, all in their young twenty’s are jailed after they were arrested on drug charges when an investigation found them with Oxycodone that allegedly turned out to be the more potent and potentially deadly drug Fentanyl.

Authorities located the three after following up on a tip where they had served a search warrant at a residence in Bismarck.

Bismarck police took the three into custody on Tuesday when the police executed a search warrant on a room at a motel in Bismarck. Qlonte Turner, 24-years-old, was arrested in the motel room when police executed the search warrant and located 912 pills marked as 30 mg oxycodone but which they believe to be the more potent fentanyl. Police also found $6,150 in the room.

Derrick Dickerson, 24-years-old, and Jenae Harris, 21-years-old, were at the motel but left before police arrived to search Turner’s room. Dickerson had more than $1,300 on him when police stopped the car he and Harris were in.

All three suspects are charged with drug conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute opiates. Each are being held on bonds of $150,000.

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