A combined drug investigation by Minnesota and North Dakota law enforcement has led to the arrest of six people following the discovery of more than 500 fentanyl-laced pills in East Grand Forks and Grand Forks. Investigators say as many as 300 of the pills are still unaccounted for and may be linked to several overdose cases in the region. The investigation started earlier this week when authorities acting on a tip, found a driver slumped over in the lap of a passenger, along with blue pills stamped with an “A 2 1 5” label. That led to homes in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks where more of the pills were found along with marijuana wax, four pounds of marijuana, and a SKS rifle. The pills, analyzed by the Minnesota BCA Forensics lab confirmed the pills contained fentanyl. Thanks to KFGO.