‘The Coast is the killing ground for illegal narcotics,’ MBN director says

Federal, state and local law enforcement officials held a press conference in Gulfport after the nation's first ever indictment of Chinese manufacturers and distributers of deadly fentanyl and other opiate substances. “We’ve had more overdose deaths in the six coastal counties this year than any other metropolitan area in the state, and most are fentanyl- and heroin-related,” said Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Director John Dowdy.

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