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On Friday, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele along with several police chiefs told their Pennsylvania community that fentanyl and heroin were found in the THC gummy brand Strictly Delta being sold at three Tobacco Hut store locations.
Local news reports that Steele said the “Delta 8 THC 600 MG Happy Cubes” led to two overdoses which prompted the investigation. The brand flavors Blueberry Lemonade and Juicy Pineapple were laced with the illegal drugs, and in a press conference the DA laid out all the brands to avoid on a table.
Two other Delta THC and CBD products, Urb Extrax, another gummy, and the edible Packwoods Coned were also found to contain fentanyl.
According to Philadelphia Magazine, Steele said, “Individuals should not consume any flavors of these Strictly Delta brand of gummies. If anyone has any of these gummies, do not eat them! We need to get the word out that some of these packages contain deadly drugs—fentanyl and heroin. We don’t yet know whether other items from the stores contain deadly drugs. Testing is ongoing. We also don’t know if this is a widespread issue but we are working with law enforcement at the local, state and federal levels to ascertain that.”
The two victims who ingested the gummies survived.
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