No fentanyl found on flyers on SO vehicles

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Officials said more than a dozen flyers that were placed on sheriff’s office vehicles in Texas tested negative for fentanyl.

The Harris County Institute of Forensic Science tested 13 flyers after a Harris County Sheriff’s sergeant was hospitalized Tuesday after coming in contact with a flyer, the Houston Chronicle reported. The institute tested the flyers, as well as clothing items and blood and urine from the sergeant, which all came back negative for fentanyl.

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3 Responses to No fentanyl found on flyers on SO vehicles

  1. Mike says:

    Probably just pregnant.

    • rayvet says:

      No, she probably has a stash of fentanyl somewhere and she’s just not copping to it (see what I did there?).

  2. D'Narius says:

    Poisoned doughnuts?

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