A Campbell man spent the weekend in jail after federal drug agents say more than two pounds of a powerful opiate hidden in children’s toys were sent to his mother’s home in Youngstown.

A U.S. Postal inspector last week says he intercepted a package from Arizona containing two-and-a-third pounds of fentanyl concealed in a red toy fire truck and a children’s doll.

Drug agents say they substituted the drugs with a GPS tracker and delivered it to the address on the package, a home on Allerton Court in Youngstown.

DEA agents say they tracked the package to a garage at the address and pulled over a car being by 57-year-old Wade V. Daniels after he left the home.

A search at the home turned up the package, as well as a lockbox of cash, cocaine, and Adderall pills.

Agents say Daniels told them that the package was delivered to his mother’s home, where he frequently picks up his grandchildren.  He claimed that he believed the package contained marijuana.

Daniels, who is charged with attempting to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance, faces a hearing in U.S. District Court on Wednesday.