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3 Washington Officers Sickened by Drug Fumes During Warrant Arrest, Fentanyl Suspected

August 17, 2017
Three Arlington, WA, police officers were taken to an area hospital Monday after a reaction to second-hand heroin smoke exposure. Authorities suspect fentanyl was involved.

Video: 18 PA Tactical Officers Rushed to Hospital After Substance Exposure During Raid

August 9, 2017
SWAT team members were exposed to an unknown airborne chemical substance. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the chemical substance was possibly fentanyl.

18 PA Tactical Officers Rushed to Hospital After Substance Exposure During Raid

August 9, 2017
SWAT team members were exposed to an unknown airborne chemical substance. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the chemical substance was possibly fentanyl. More Here.

Charlotte Police Announce New Training for Officers Amid Wave of Overdoses

June 15, 2017
A sergeant who works with Crime Scene Investigations said she has trained 200 officers to properly deal with possible fentanyl cases, and said her department is actively trying to prepare officers.

PA Officer Breathes in Suspected Narcotic at Crash Scene

May 31, 2017
A Washington Township, PA, police officer accidentally inhaled a suspected narcotic during an investigation early Sunday morning.

Video: Michigan Detective Sickened After Testing White Powder

May 31, 2017
A Wyoming, MI, detective was sickened while testing a white powder at the Kent County Sheriff’s Department Tuesday and was treated with Narcan and rushed to a hospital as a precaution, according to Chief Deputy Kevin Kelley of the sheriff’s department.

Michigan Detective Sickened After Testing White Powder

May 30, 2017
A Wyoming, MI, detective was sickened while testing a white powder at the Kent County Sheriff’s Department Tuesday and was treated with Narcan and rushed to a hospital as a precaution, according to Chief Deputy Kevin Kelley of the sheriff’s department.
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