In Pawtucket, Rhode Island, a woman was arrested by the police after they discovered over 2,000 methamphetamine pills that were disguised as Adderall. As part of an ongoing investigation into the distribution of narcotics in Pawtucket and nearby areas, detectives searched two residences on Tuesday. Officers found a cache of contraband, including two firearms, $69,000 cash, 2,300 fake Adderall pills, two pounds of marijuana, and two ounces of cocaine. Latasha Pina, a 37-year-old woman, who was the target of the investigation, has been charged with multiple criminal offenses, including maintaining a common nuisance, possessing firearms, and possessing methamphetamine with the intent to distribute it. According to the police, both of Pina’s residences were situated in close proximity to several elementary schools and playgrounds.