An Arizona couple bought a Glo Worm doll from a thrift store and made a startling discovery when they went to put batteries in it.
After following the mat's helpful advice, Flagler County Sheriff’s deputies allegedly found fentanyl and drug paraphernalia inside the home.
But a new CDC report shows that nationwide, most deaths still involve opioid drugs like fentanyl and heroin.
Court documents show Stephen Walter is suspected of selling counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl that Miller possessed before he died.
Federal officials say the artist was sold fentanyl-laced pills shortly before his 2018 death.
“We’re not trying to scare them. We just want to save a few lives.”
More than 250 pounds of the deadly drug worth $3.5 million was picked up by authorities in Arizona.
Two responding police officers in Chico, California, were also hospitalized after feeling effects of the drug, authorities said.
The cartels decided not to push fentanyl in the state until recently.
"In the midst of the worst opioid epidemic in U.S. history, the FDA seems to be operating in a vacuum, without regard for optics or public health," one psychiatrist said.