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Crime NYPD Officers Recovering From Possible Fentanyl Exposure During Bronx Drug Bust

15:25  08 november  2019
15:25  08 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

Police Conduct Largest Fentanyl Seizure In Nassau County History

  Police Conduct Largest Fentanyl Seizure In Nassau County History HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (WCBS 880) -- Law enforcement officials say a recent drug bust seized the largest amount of fentanyl in Nassau County history. The bust made at an apartment on Terrace Avenue in Hempstead including about 400 grams of almost pure fentanyl, 500 gram of cocaine and eight guns.As WCBS 880's Sophia Hall reports, residents at the apartment complex were thrilled to learn about the bust and 500 locals sent thank you letters to the Nassau County Police Department.

At least four law enforcement officers were rushed to the hospital Thursday night after they've been exposed to what the NYPD believes to be fentanyl while conducting a search 4 Law Enforcement Officers Rushed to Hospital After Possible Fentanyl Exposure During Bronx Raid: Sources.

Sunnyvale officer hospitalized after possible fentanyl exposure . Officer stable after police SUNNYVALE — A Sunnyvale police officer was in stable condition after he was overcome by During the arrest, the officers checked on the man’s criminal record and discovered he was wanted

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Five NYPD officers are recovering after being exposed to a dangerous narcotic during a drug bust in the Bronx.

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It’s unclear exactly what the substance was, but police say it may have been fentanyl or heroin.

Officers raided an apartment around 7:40 p.m. Thursday on Willis Avenue near 140th Street in the Mott Haven section and took several people into custody.

“I live across the hall from the apartment they raided. We heard a big bang, police ‘open up,’ they raided in, flash grenade, boom, and next thing you know, they’re taking out people,” one neighbor told CBS2. “It was a little scary, but it’s not normal in this neighborhood.”

She said she usually says hello to her neighbors and was shocked to see them under arrest.

“It’s a quiet building. Very quiet, very private,” she said.

One officer reported feeling some side effects, but there were no injuries.

Charges are pending against the suspects.

Viral video of churro vendor sparks major NYPD backlash .
A video has gone viral on Twitter after footage of a woman selling churros within a Brooklyn subway was arrested by NYPD. The video was shared on social media by Sofia Newman on Friday and the tweet read, “Tonight as I was leaving Broadway Junction, I saw three or four police officers (one of them was either a plainclothes cop or someone who worked at the station) gathered around a crying woman and her churro cart. Apparently, it’s illegal to sell food inside train stations?” Tonight as I was leaving Broadway Junction, I saw three or four police officers (one of them was either a plainclothes cop or someone who worked at the station) gathered around a crying woman and her chur

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