A Bethlehem man was charged after police say they seized about $400,000 worth of drugs at a residence in the city.
Daniel Matos, 47, faces multiple drug-related charges.
Detectives from the Bethlehem Police Department's Special Operations/Vice Unit served a search warrant on a residence on Livingston Street, city police said in a news release.
A large amount of drugs was found at the residence, including about 1,100 grams of loose fentanyl, about 1,200 individual bags of fentanyl and and about 660 blue-colored fentanyl pills, police said.
The estimated street value of the drugs seized was about $400,000, police said.
The Livingston Street address was being used as a "stash house," a place used for the storage and packaging of controlled substances, police said,
Matos was held in Northampton County Prison on other drug-related charges from the investigation.
The investigation is ongoing, and additional charges are still possible.