BRATTLEBORO — Police say after warning the public back in November of potentially fentanyl-laced marijuana circulating in the area, none of it tested positive for the substance.
On November 21, Brattleboro police released a public safety message related to a potential overdose suffered by someone who had smoked marijuana.
In that message, police stated that some remaining marijuana had tested positively for fentanyl using a presumptive field test.
On November 30, BPD participated in a search warrant with the DEA where marijuana suspected of containing fentanyl was seized.
Today police say the seized marijuana in both incidents was submitted to a forensic laboratory where testing was conducted, and no fentanyl was found in the marijuana in either case.
Republished from Newport Dispatch
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