Deadly sweets: fentanyl is disguised as popular candy in the USA

Derek Maltz, former director of special operations for the Drug Enforcement Administration, warned parents of a nationwide fentanyl crisis. In Connecticut, officials confiscated 15 pills disguised as candy, NewYorkPost reports. With only a few weeks left until Halloween, the Office of Wrestling…

In California, a teenager brought a dangerous drug to school: an employee of the institution was injured

A 13-year-old California student was arrested after bringing fentanyl to school, which led to an overdose in a school employee, according to FoxNews. The Bakersfield Police Department responded to an incident at Chipman High School on September 9 after the school said…

In Chicago, three Ukrainians were poisoned with an unknown substance: two of them died

August 18 morning in Boystown near noisy Belmont Avenue in Chicago, under brick arches, a passerby found the bodies of two men and one woman without signs of life, according to CWBC Chicago. Two men were pronounced dead at the scene. Chicago Fire Department paramedics...

Police ask not to pick up dollar bills from the ground: it can be deadly

Authorities have issued a warning about the potential risks associated with lifting folded dollar bills following recent incidents, Dailyvoice reports. The Giles County Sheriff's Department in Tennessee announced on Thursday, June 9, two incidents of people holding up folded dollar bills containing white...

Police warns of a deadly drug

Federal officials have warned police in regions across the country to take additional precautions over the proliferation of the fast-acting, deadly drug fentanyl. Synthetic opium is packaged and sold as heroin, but is 50 times more deadly than heroin ...

In the house of the singer Prince found tablets with the wrong label

Some of the pills found in the home of the singer Prince after his death were labeled hydrocodone, but in fact contained the powerful opioid drug fentanyl, which is 50 times more potent than heroin. This, according to the "Voice of America", said sources, ...

Fatal Painkiller: Seven Dead in Sacramento County

The 18-year-old resident of Eldorado Hills, California has been the seventh victim of heavy pain relievers in Sacramento County since March 24. In total, at least 30 people ended up in hospitals with suspected overdose. Reportedly, the cause was the drug fentanyl contained in painkillers, ...

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