BREAKING: Police Make TERRIFYING Discovery In South Carolina- Feds IMMEDIATELY Called In

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

With the nation already in the midst of an opioid epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and law enforcement departments around the country have been on high alert for fentanyl-laced opioids, which are behind an increasing number of unintentional overdose fatalities in multiple states across the United States. In 2015 alone, opioids, including prescription drugs and heroin, killed more than 33,000 Americans.

One of the most dangerous drugs on the streets is among more than a dozen pounds of narcotics Greenville County, South Carolina deputies found being transported on the interstate.

Sheriff Will Lewis announced that since February, the county’s new interdiction team has been working full-time to seize illegal drugs, guns, stolen cars and traveling fugitives on the county’s interstates.

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Last week, Lewis said in four different traffic stops, the team seized more than 17 pounds of heroin, over a pound of “gray death,” 220 grams of methamphetamine and three ounces of marijuana, Fox Carolina reports.

As America’s Freedom Fighters previously reported, the new LETHAL drug called “gray death” is showing up around the country and is being described as one of the scariest and toxic drugs ever.

“Gray death” (Source: GCSO)

Authorities say that it is dangerous to even touch with gloves is being eyed in overdose cases across Georgia, Alabama and Ohio. Investigators said the high-potency cocktail — which is comprised of heroin, fentanyl, the elephant/buffalo tranquilizer carfentanil, and a synthetic opioid called U-47700 — can kill users with a single dose.

The drug can be injected, smoked. swallowed or snorted.

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The drug looks like a “concrete mixture.”

Sheriff Lewis said 0.2 milligrams of gray death can kill. The drug was discovered after a K-9 alerted on a bus which was stopped.

He said deputies risk accidental exposure to the deadly substance during traffic stops and in order to prevent exposure, a laser scanner is used to test gray death.

“People just don’t even know about this yet,” Lewis said. “The word is not even out.”

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He also said they are working with veterinarians to determine how to protect K-9 units from exposure, saying the department would never knowingly put a K-9 in contact with a fentanyl-based substance.

The heroin seized was found after a traffic stop for failure to maintain lane. Lewis described the amount as “California numbers” and said the quantity is not something seen often in the state.

“It’s almost unfathomable,” Lewis said. “I’ve never heard – in my entire time in narcotics, my entire time in the DEA task force – I’ve never heard of a 17 and a half pound seizure in South Carolina, ever.”

The wholesale value of the drugs is estimated at more than $545,000. Street value can be $1.5 -2 million dollars!

Good job Blue! Get that garbage off the streets!

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