House full of squatters busted for selling Fentanyl in Volusia County neighborhood

HOLLY HILL, Fla. — Investigators in Volusia County have busted a house in Holly Hill inhabited by squatters and dealing Fentanyl.


The bust happened Wednesday evening in a neighborhood along Montgomery Avenue and Flomich Street. That is about a half-mile away from a Holly Hill school.

About a dozen people could be seen in handcuffs in the front yard of the home.

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Investigators told WFTV that they have been watching the house for a long time.

On Thursday, law enforcement moved in after they saw a drug deal go down outside the house.

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During the arrest, investigators found 27 grams of Fentanyl – enough to kill 3,000 people, according to law enforcement.

Investigator have not said what they found inside the home, how many people were arrested or what charges they face.

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