Drug Trafficking Trends See Increase in ‘Rainbow Fentanyl,’ Drug Cartels Targeting Kids Online

By: Larry Seward CINCINNATI (WCPO) — The Drug Enforcement Agency is worried about the increase in so-called Rainbow Fentanyl seen around the country. DEA Agent Orville Greene said the strategy to counteract counterfeit pills, fentanyl and other narcotics trafficking requires …

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DEA Concludes Five-Month Long Fentanyl Seizure Operation, Recovers Enough to Kill 36 Million: How Fentanyl Brings Concerns to Employers and Safety-Sensitive Jobs

By: ASAP A recent five-month long operation of fentanyl seizures concluded this month after the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) enforced a ‘’One Pill Can Kill’’ initiative, resulting in 980lb of fentanyl being taken off the streets. The amount of …

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NFL Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died from an accidental drug overdose after taking fentanyl and cocaine

By Alex Raskin Sports News Editor for DailyMail.com and Associated Press REVEALED: Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died from an accidental drug overdose after taking fentanyl and cocaine Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died from a mix of fentanyl and cocaine before …

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