Millions of dollars could be yours if you can location a transnational drug kingpin.

There is an insane bounty on the head of a leader of a transnational drug ring. According to Valley News Live, a Chinese fentanyl trafficker named Jian Zhang has an organization operating in the United States and Canada. In 2017, he was reportedly charged in North Dakota for a fatal fentanyl overdose. And there are millions being offered up for his arrest.

Zhang has most likely never even stepped foot in North Dakota, but it does not hurt to be on the lookout for this guy. Especially when $5 million could be going into your bank account for catching him. It definitely is going to be a challenge for anyone to find him, because Zhang is a worldwide internet drug kingpin.

Zhang's organization sell fentanyl around the world, from China.

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Zhang Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO), "manufactured fentanyl and fentanyl analogues in at least four known labs in China and advertised and sold fentanyl and fentanyl analogues to U.S. customers over the internet." So, that is how his drugs ended up killing someone in North Dakota.

Maybe you can find him and solve the crime from your computer.

Zhang's business may be handled online, but I am sure there are a few armchair detectives that can definitely solve crimes strictly through online clues. I mean, have you seen the Netflix documentary, "Don't F*** with Cats"? Those internet sleuths literally gathered online clues, evidence, and went on a virtual manhunt to solve a murder before police even knew much about the twisted criminal.

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