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Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics K-9 officer intercepts fentanyl

K-9 Officer Yeko intercepts 9 kilos of fentanyl.
K-9 Officer Yeko intercepts 9 kilos of fentanyl.(Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics)
Published: Jan. 13, 2022 at 10:41 PM CST
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OKLAHOMA (KSWO) - The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics is praising one of their furriest officers for busting an attempted drug trafficking through the state.

Taking to Facebook, the Bureau said K-9 Officer Yeko intercepted 9 kilos of fentanyl being moved through Oklahoma.

They said that’s enough raw fentanyl to make over 90,000 counterfeit pills, with a street value of around $3 million.

They added Yeko’s bust was especially important during a time when counterfeit pills are leading to record overdose deaths across the country.

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