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'Extremely dangerous' tainted drugs on F-M streets believed connected to overdose deaths

FARGO - Three overdose deaths in one week, possibly related to dangerous fentanyl-laced heroin, have prompted a coordinated response from area law enforcement, with dire warnings to the public and a

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Fargo Police Chief David Todd, right, and Moorhead Police Chief David Ebinger, left, speak Sunday, March 13, 2016, at the Fargo Police Department Headquarters after a round of possibly tainted heroin overdoses was reported. Rick Abbott / The Forum
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