Moore County law enforcement agencies are seeing a rise in overdoses related to Fentanyl. Over the last several months, law enforcement has responded to multiple calls where individuals have taken drugs and are non-responsive.
Moore County Crime Stoppers reports that one of these overdoses has r...
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