According to reports, a Rhode Island man was arrested after police seized over 660,000 fake Adderall pills filled with Meth. 

ABC6 News in Rhode Island reported the seizure as the single largest drug bust of counterfeit Adderall pills in the United States and largest seizure of methamphetamine in New England history. Dylan Rodas, 27, has been in police custody since March of this year in connection with the seizure. 

“Those pills clocked in around approximately 660 pounds,” said United States Attorney Zachary Cunha. “That’s roughly the weight of a V8 car engine or a baby grand piano.” 

In addition to the fake Adderall, police also found 1,500 pills with fentanyl, 250 grams of crack cocaine, $15,000 in cash and seven handguns, including two “ghost guns” and two guns with a obliterated serial numbers. Rodas is charged with possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine. He was offered a plea deal, which if he accepts, will receive a minimum 10-year sentence.