Fort Worth PD Narcotics Task Force officers, working with Homeland Security Investigators, executed a search on a house on the Southeast side of Fort Worth.
According to court records, police received a tip from a confidential source on May 25 that residents in a house on the 6200 block of Ramey Avenue seemed to be selling drugs.
After obtaining a search warrant, Police entered the home and discovered two kilograms of fentanyl and multiple guns in a compartment dug out of a wall behind a mirror.
Police say that two kilograms of fentanyl is enough for 900,000 doses.
Willie Andrew Bryant III was arrested at the home after admitting to selling drugs including methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin.
FWPD Narcotics officers and #HSI_Dallas executed a search on a house in Fort Worth selling fentanyl. Enough for 900,000 doses! Along with large amounts of other drugs and multiple guns. Great work by all involved working together to keep #FortWorthSafe from this deadly drug. pic.twitter.com/kTjLgAMSc3— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) June 1, 2023