'There is no quality control,' police caution after drugs seized in Regina found to contain fentanyl
"Drug dealers don't care about the well-being of their customers," police added. "The customer never knows what they're getting."
RCMP and the Regina Police Service issued the warning after tests revealed that heroin that had been seized recently also contained fentanyl.
On Jan. 5 they arrested Three 19 year old men were arrested January 5th, in a joint operation that led officers to two homes in Regina. They were charged with drug trafficking and possession of proceeds of crime.
Don't trust drug dealers for quality control, police warn
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