In a small town from Connecticut called Anoka, heroin overdoses have killed any young people. The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office is currently conducting an investigation meant to reveal what is the cause of these terrible events. People from all over the country were alarmed by the dreadful news of so many deaths.
- Authorities have conducting an investigation to catch the dealer.
- Six heroin overdoses have raise awareness among the locals.
Three patients manage to recover, but they are still in a critical condition. Another person has questionable chances of survival. Commander Paul Sommer has discovered six cases, five men, and one woman. One of the victims is from Ham Lake, one from Anoka, on from Fridley, one from Andover and one from Isanti.
The man from Fridley who was only 22 years old has died on October 22. He spent his Friday night at his mother’s house in Anoka County. His mother has stated that he was behaving a little weird. The next morning, when a relative entered his bedroom, John was lying unconscious on his bed. The person has found a needle near John.
County officials believe that he was somehow connected to the rest of the five heroin overdoses cases. Cammy Koscielski, John’s mother, has claimed that she utterly rejects the idea of drugs. She sees these events as stupid and irresponsible acts of some youngsters who don’t know how precious life could be.
They see heroin overdoses as some impossible facts that cannot occur to them. Teenagers believe that this drug addiction is a game that can always be controlled. They were never more wrong. People who take drugs think that the possibility of getting killed by an overdose is very slight.
Authorities are currently searching for the dealer. That person could serve many years in prison for drug trafficking but also for causing the death of so many people. Paul Sommer has asserted that all these six heroin overdoses have happened within 12 hours, in different counties. This should raise awareness for every country out there which is currently confronting with drug problems.
Investigators believe that all the six victims were buying heroin from the same person, all of them displaying the terrible effects if heroin overdose. They also claim that they cannot account for the purity and the processing conditions of the dangerous substance. Las week, the White House has named counties like Ramsey, Hennepin, Anoka, Washington and Dakota as “High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas.”
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