A San Diego guy pleaded accountable to federal fees Wednesday for promoting fentanyl that led to a person’s deadly overdose closing yr.
Saul Caro, 33, admitted to promoting capsules that killed a 35-year-old San Diego guy known handiest as M.S. in court docket data.
Caro and the sufferer texted every different on April 11, 2021, relating to capsules Caro in the end bought to M.S. and brought to the sufferer’s rental, in line with the U.S. Lawyer’s Place of work.
The counterfeit oxycodone capsules had been laced with fentanyl, in line with prosecutors, and ended in the dying of M.S. that night in his rental.
Caro had prior to now bought M.S. identical capsules, at which era the sufferer informed Caro “one of the capsules had led to him critical negative effects,” the U.S. Lawyer’s Place of work stated.
In a remark, U.S. Lawyer Randy Grossman stated, “Drug sellers are taking part in with hearth once they promote illicit medicine as a result of fatal fentanyl is all over the place. Sellers beware: the counterfeit capsules or powder you promote will inevitably be laced with fentanyl. When you give you the deadly tablet or powder, you are going to be held liable for the sufferer’s dying.”
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