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Texas deputy treated for exposure to fentanyl after flyers laced with opioid is placed on police windshields

June 29, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Texas deputy treated for exposure to fentanyl after flyers laced with opioid is placed on police windshields

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Flyers laced with fentanyl exposes Texas deputy

A Texas Sheriff’s sergeant was treated after he was exposed to fentanyl after touching a flyer that someone left on the windshield of his vehicle.

Authorities with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office revealed that someone left flyers on the windshields of patrol vehicle’s parked outside the office recruiting center in Houston, according to the ABC13.

The man was treated for exposure to the drug which can be lethal, even in tiny doses. The flyers tested positive for fentanyl.

Officials are requesting that anyone who noticed someone leaving the flyers or who may have seen them elsewhere to immediately call the police.

Authorities have not published the identity of the sergeant nor his condition.

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