UPDATE FEBRUARY – MARCH 2017.
The Admin here has spoken with a man in Kelowna BC who just inherited a dog, it’s owner was found dead. We have known him for 14 years approx. He had to come tae possition of the dog, the police officials and his freindship witht he deceased painted a scary picture, Laced Marijuana…
Fowl play or signs of IV drug use or other such paraphernalia was not reported as found, or was a part of this mans life. The only suspect thing was some cannabis that allegedly was laced with Fentynl. How it got into the weed is any ones guess at this point. The Likely hood that this man did it to his own weed is little to none.
In semi retirement he is not resentful about the dog now being his, it is a great comfort to him at this time. the fact that his friend died from an alleged overdose of Fentynl on marijuana he Knows it sounds sounds questionable but that is his position on it very matter of fact manner. We are reporting this so that people now that it can happen and does happen even in Canada.
We had to update and report on this matter of laced marijuana in Kelowna BC . If you have reports and want to share or be interviewed please contain us. Please tell to your Kids and friends. Lie and share this. END UPDATE
A Kamloops social agency is issuing a warning today about a potentially deadly batch of marijuana making the rounds. ASK Wellness is worried about the general population, especially younger people, who could be putting themselves in harm’s way by smoking up.
Ken Salter of ASK Wellness says he’s just learned there is pot laced with fentanyl that is being sold in Kamloops.
Fentanyl is a drug that is considered to be one hundred times more potent than heroin. Salter says there’s no way to tell pot is laced with fentanyl simply by looking at it. He advises people who smoke marijuana to know the source of the drug, know the dealer, and if it tastes funny not to smoke it.
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