HOUSTON (WSVN) — Deputies in Texas are warning the public after several flyers placed on windshields were laced with a dangerous opioid.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office said the flyers were put on the windshields of several law enforcement vehicles Tuesday afternoon.
One sergeant needed medical treatment after touching one of the flyers. It turned out the papers tested positive for Fentanyl.
Deputies warned the public to not touch the papers if they see them on their windshields, and urged people to call authorities immediately.
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