Prosecutor Warns Public About Bad Batch of Heroin

Another bad batch of heroin floating around Mercer County according to the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Press release.

Angelo J. Onofri, the Mercer County Prosecutor has issued a press release to members of the community, this time warning individuals in the county that there is yet another bad batch of heroin floating around. According to the press release, just last week alone, law enforcement throughout Mercer County had to deploy seven dosages of Narcan to revive heroin overdoes. Four of the dosages were deployed in Hamilton Township alone and both Ewing and Robbinsville required the two dosages as well. The batch of heroin stamped “LEXUS RAD” was linked to at least two of the seven overdoses last week. Authorities believe that this batch is laced with another drug, something much stronger, most likely fentanyl.

As you can see, the war on heroin continues in Mercer County. This has been a major problem not only in Mercer County but throughout the whole state for the better part of the last decade. Law enforcement is doing everything and anything to combat this problem. Which includes arresting and prosecuting anyone linked to not only the distribution of heroin but the possession of heroin as well. With that being said, Mr. Onofri in his press release made sure to remind everyone that “If you see someone experiencing signs of an overdose, don’t run. Call 911. You are shielded from culpability when you call for medical help.”

Hamilton NJ Heroin Defense Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been charged with possessing heroin or distributing heroin in Mercer County, in towns like Hamilton, Lawrenceville, Ewing, Hopewell, West Windsor, Trenton or elsewhere throughout the county, we strongly recommend that you speak to an attorney as soon as possible. Law enforcement takes these offenses very seriously, in fact, prosecuting individuals is just another tactic to try and end the war on heroin. They have even began using a decades old law that seeks to charge dealers with murder if one of they users overdoses and dies as a result of their “sale”. If you would like to set up a free initial consultation with one of our Mercer County criminal defense attorneys then please contact our Hamilton office at 609-789-0779. One of our attorneys is available immediately for a free initial consultation.

For more information on this press release, please click the here Mercer County Prosecutor Issues Heroin Warning.

Author: Keith G. Oliver

Founding partner Keith G. Oliver has a passion for helping people who are caught up in the criminal justice system. He believes that everyone has a right to be presumed innocent, and that one mistake shouldn’t define a person forever. This passion drives Mr. Oliver to tirelessly fight for his clients and pursue the best possible outcome in every case.