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  • Drug dealers are 'predators' says sister of overdose victim

    Authorities need to go after dealers who provide drugs to overdose victims, said Jennifer Powell who spoke Friday when Lexington announced its partnership with the federal government to beef up resources in pursuit of heroin and fentanyl dealers.

Authorities need to go after dealers who provide drugs to overdose victims, said Jennifer Powell who spoke Friday when Lexington announced its partnership with the federal government to beef up resources in pursuit of heroin and fentanyl dealers. dlawhead@herald-leader.com
Authorities need to go after dealers who provide drugs to overdose victims, said Jennifer Powell who spoke Friday when Lexington announced its partnership with the federal government to beef up resources in pursuit of heroin and fentanyl dealers. dlawhead@herald-leader.com

Feds, Lexington cops launch partnership to track down heroin dealers

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