Team player Taylor Martinek lost his life to a fake oxycodone

24-year-old Taylor Martinek died of fentanyl poisoning in 2017, after he took an oxycodone pill that turned out to be counterfeit. Since then, his family has been trying to change Oregon law to increase penalties for dealers who cause deaths like Taylor’s.

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Oregon

Fake Medicine Found on Oregon Streets and in Doctors’ Offices Download our February 2021 PDF Download our most recent information sheet, which summarizes counterfeit drug incidents in Oregon. Counterfeit News in OregonOregon Mother and Daughter Face Federal Charges for Role in International Drug Trafficking ConspiracyJuly 29, 2022Man Accused of Dealing Deadly Fentanyl That Killed Portland…

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Officers Risk Fentanyl Exposure to Ensure Public Safety

Law enforcement agencies around the country, including the Oregon State Police, are limiting when they will perform roadside drug tests. They feel the potential for officers to be accidentally exposed to fentanyl is too great…

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