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CrimeIowa officer exposed to suspected fentanyl during traffic stop: police

06:10  07 march  2019
06:10  07 march  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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An Iowa police officer was carrying out a traffic stop over the weekend when he was exposed to an unknown substance suspected of being fentanyl, authorities said Monday.

The situation unfolded after the Fort Dodge police officer pulled over a woman Sunday evening, the department said in a news release on Facebook.

The woman, identified as 28-year-old Kayla Potter, provided “false identification information” to the cop and she was ultimately taken into custody for the move as well as for driving on a suspended license, according to the news release.

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A Lincoln police officer was possibly exposed to fentanyl during a traffic stop Tuesday evening.The officer pulled over and took Cornelius Moore, 57, into custody for an arrest warrant around 6 p.m. The officer searched Moore’s pockets before placing him the cruiser. He found rolling paper containing a

Fort Dodge police officer given Narcan after exposed to substance during traffic stop . During the traffic stop on the Kenyon Road Bridge around 5 p.m., the officer handled a substance officials now believe may have been a form of fentanyl , according to a news release from the Fort Dodge Police

Iowa officer exposed to suspected fentanyl during traffic stop: police © FoxNews.com The officer, who is expected to recover, is suspected to have been exposed to a type of fentanyl.

“While on scene of the traffic contact, the officer handled an unknown substance before transporting the female to the Law Enforcement Center (LEC),” police said. “While transporting the female, the officer began feeling dizzy and lightheaded.”

His symptoms were so significant that the officer called for medics to meet him at the law enforcement center so he could be looked over, police said. Responding help found him “to be lethargic and unresponsive in his patrol vehicle,” according to the news release.

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A Manchester police officer was taken to a hospital Tuesday after he was exposed to fentanyl during a traffic stop , police said. Officials said that when Glover was searched, Dann came across an open sugar packet in his pocket. The packet actually contained fentanyl , a powerful synthetic opioid

Both officers were transported to a hospital as a precaution. One police officer had direct exposure to fentanyl and the other officer had indirect exposure . “This is unfortunately a problem well beyond Brentwood. It is something that first responders are trained very much in on a regular basis.

Video captured the moments when responders arrived to assist the officer and loaded him into an ambulance.

While en route to a hospital, the cop was administered the opioid overdose reversal drug, Narcan, and also given additional doses after arriving, police said.

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“The officer quickly recovered the Narcan treatment and was kept overnight for precautionary observations before being released,” the news release said.

Although it’s not yet confirmed, authorities believe the officer came in contact with a form of fentanyl, police said.

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