Toy from thrift store found stuffed with drugs
An Arizona family found a sack full of fentanyl pills inside a doll they purchased for their daughter.
always a great idea to inspect and clean the toy before giving it to your child. That's exactly what one Phoenix family did with this green stepped glow worm. They bonded at a Valley thrift shop for their daughter, only to find more than 5000 pills hidden inside. They did the exact right thing. They called the police. The police rendered the package shape. Phoenix police think those pills air fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid. The finding shocking for Special agent Sherri Oz with the Drug Enforcement Administration, it's just sad that a family had was scared and we put at risk. We do our very best to intercept everything we possibly can. We work really hard to keep the citizens of this country safe. And the people of Maricopa County safe Special Agent Oz is reassuring. All of you parents, this is not the norm. Please do not throw away all of your kid's toys. This is an anomaly. Most of the time, drug traffickers will ensure delivery of contraband into another drug traffickers hands, she adds. While this rare situation is scary, the thought of that much fentanyl surfacing on the streets could have been far worse. each of those pills has the potential to kill one or two people. The bottom line is simple. If you find a sealed bag like that, do not open the bag. Do do not try the pills. Special Agent Oz encourages all of you with kids to use this situation as a startup. Too much needed conversations about drugs and drug abuse within our community. We've posted Resource is for you on the free 12 news app. Rachel Coal, 12 News.