A Florida suspect has been arrested for allegedly selling fentanyl pills disguised as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication, authorities say.
Jaquan Jones McCrary was charged with trafficking fentanyl, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
“McCrary was selling these pills as ADHD medication, but they were actually fentanyl.” The Orange County Sheriff’s Office wrote In a Facebook post
The sheriff’s office released a photo of dozens of pale orange bullets. They found 40 tablets weighing more than 18 grams.
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In his social media post, authorities also said McCree had threatened to shoot their officers.
“Not only was McCree pushing fentanyl, but he had previously threatened to shoot our law enforcement officers, telling them his vest could not stop a ‘.223’ rifle round,” the post added.
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“Beware! Drug dealers may tell you they’re selling you real drugs, but their home-made pressed pills may be laced with fentanyl. #onepillcankill,” officials warned.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating this incident. No additional details about this case are available at this time.
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