Report: Charges Dropped After 29 Pounds Of Suspected Drugs Turned Out Not To BeCharges have been dropped against two men who were arrested after police said they found 29 pounds of suspected fentanyl and morphine in a Baltimore corner store last month, The Baltimore Sun reports.
3 Baltimore County Officers Recovering After Fentanyl ExposureThree Baltimore County officers are recovering after becoming exposed to Fentanyl, police say.
Police: Large Importer Of Fentanyl ArrestedMaryland State Police say they've arrested a man who regularly imported and sold a deadly opioid.
Police: Substantial Amount Of Fentanyl Found At City Convenience StoreA search and seizure warrant lead to a major drug bust at a Baltimore City convenience store.
Police: Dead 8-Month-Old Girl Had Fentanyl In Her SystemThe parents of an 8-month-old girl who died last week have been charged with felony neglect after police said the potent opioid fentanyl was found in her system.
Maryland Pleads For Help As Opioid-Related Deaths Surge In Wake Of Presidential Emergency DeclarationLast year two people a day died from overdosing in Baltimore City, a number that's only expected to rise when the stats are in for the end of this year.
2 Major Developments Could Reshape The U.S. Opioid CrisisThe number of drug overdose deaths in Baltimore City was more than double the number of murders last year.
More Than 6,000 Fentanyl Pills Recovered During Execution Of Search WarrantOn Wednesday, Anne Arundel County Police executed a search warrant recovering more than 6,000 Fentanyl Pills, decoyed as Oxycodone.
Man Charged With Manslaughter After Allegedly Giving Overdose Victim FentanylA Baltimore man faces manslaughter and drug charges after police say he provided fentanyl to a man who fatally overdosed on the drug.,
68% Of Maryland Overdose Deaths In First 3 Months Of 2017 Were Fentanyl-Related Numbers are out for overdose deaths in Maryland during the first three months of 2017.
Fatal Drug Overdoses Continue To Climb In MarylandFatal drug overdoses in Maryland are continuing to climb at an alarming rate.
Miami Boy's Death Shows Powerful Opioid's Chilling PotentialA 10-year-old boy from a drug-ridden Miami neighborhood apparently died of a fentanyl overdose last month, becoming one of Florida's littlest victims of the opioid crisis, authorities say. But how he came into contact with the powerful painkiller is a mystery.