California man accused of shipping millions of fentanyl pills through mail, including to South Dakota residents through Dark Web



A California man, who was a fugitive from the law, is accused of using the Dark Web to distribute 100,000 pills containing fentanyl to South Dakota and 31 other states. 34-year-old Damon Jobin and others allegedly distributed as many as 2.6 million fentanyl pills nationwide. In South Dakota, Jobin is accused of selling the pills over the Dark Web to people in Chamberlain, Mitchell and Sioux Falls. Law enforcement in South Dakota seized 20,000 fentanyl pills in the U.S. mail.