Police Warn Public Of Potentially Lethal Batch Of Heroin


Milford – Milford Police have responded to three Heroin overdose incidents since Thursday, including two during the overnight hours, according to Sgt. Robert Masten.

Masten said that police wish to alert the public that there may be a potent and potentially lethal batch of Heroin circulating in the area. In the three most recent cases, individuals were revived with the use of Narcan and were able to seek further medical treatment.

Milford Police urge people to use caution if you or someone you know comes in contact with Heroin.

Investigators continue to look into the markings on bags seized at one of these incidents. Although details are limited at this time, we felt an advisory was warranted.

Image Credits: Smyrna Police, NCCPD

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