Two from Houston among 13 arrested in Austin drug trafficking operation


“This and a number of the other items that are on this table are poison,” Sofer said. “Worse yet, many of the pills before you are camouflaged as legitimate and regulated prescription medication, when unsuspecting college kids and other drug users put these pills in their mouth, they are playing Russian roulette. They are gambling that the drug dealers did not place lethal doses of drugs like methamphetamine or fentanyl in these pills. Tragically, many times their gamble goes horribly wrong and they overdose and sometimes die. If they do survive, they risk becoming addicted to these highly toxic and life-destroying drugs.”

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