SAN LUIS, Ariz. June 11 2019 Three teens were busted with more than 3,200 blue M30 fentanyl pills at a high school, according to the San Luis, Arizona Police Department.
School resource officers at San Luis High School arrested two 18-year-old students identified as Noemi Hernandez-Madrigal and Alessandra Cardenas-Hernandez on June 5.
Authorities reported that Hernandez-Madrigal had three separate plastic bags filled with more than 3,200 blue M30 pills. The pills were field tested, and the results came back positive for the presence of fentanyl with a total weight of 373 grams.
Cardenas-Hernandez faces the following charges: possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a narcotic drug, and possession of illegal drugs in a drug-free school zone. A 16-year-old boy was also arrested on the same charges.
Hernandez-Madrigal and Cardenas-Hernandez were booked into the Yuma County Adult Detention Facility for felony charges.
The 16-year-old is being held at the Yuma County Juvenile Detention Center also for felony charges.