by: Justin Wilfon Updated:
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. - Forsyth County along with multiple federal agencies say they’ve made a huge drug bust at a home in Cumming.
Authorities say they found several drugs in the home including Fentanyl.
Fentanyl is a highly dangerous narcotic and the GBI told Channel 2’s Justin Wilfon that the drug has killed more than 200 people in Georgia in the past few years.
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Two brothers were apprehended during the bust and are accused of buying large amounts of the narcotic and selling them to online customers.
"I sort of suspected something was going down. Have been for a couple of years," said a neighbor.
The brothers have been identified as 20-year-old Charles Berrong and 25-year-old Zackary Berrong.
Other illegal narcotics were located within the residence and are suspected to be LSD, Cathinone, Diazepam and Butylone, according to police.
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