(KVUE) — Fentanyl-related deaths are spiking across the country, with overdose cases overwhelming several law enforcement agencies. Because of this, authorities are working to get ahead of the problem.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) announced it’s creating a task force aimed at educating people of the dangers of the drug, while prosecuting those who sell it.
A sergeant with the sheriff’s office could not reveal their identity, but explained what this task force will do….
The sheriff’s office said although fentanyl is everywhere, parents are still unaware of the dangers the drug can do. That’s where the education portion of the task force comes in.
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