Latest Post

Legendary NFL Running Back and Social Activist Jim Brown Passes Away at 87 Trey Gowdy Slams Democrats’ Lack of Progressiveness, Questions Dianne Feinstein’s Treatment

Police Warn Parents of Deadly Fake Pills Laced with Fentanyl in Central Indiana

The Westfield Police Department has issued a warning to parents in central Indiana about a dangerous new drug making its way around the community.

The drug, known on the streets as “pyro pills,” is a synthetic opioid that is 10 times stronger than fentanyl, which is already 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine.

The fake Oxycodone pills, imprinted with “m30,” have been responsible for an influx of overdose investigations in the area, including the suspected overdose death of a student at Avon High School.

Lieutenant Billy Adams with the Westfield PD urged parents to talk to their children about the dangers of these pills, which are often identical to legitimate prescription drugs or come in light blue or rainbow colors.

He warned that users often do not know what they are taking, and even trusted sources may be unaware of the pills’ true contents.

According to DEA special agent Michael Gannon, fake pills laced with fentanyl have flooded the community in Indiana, with hundreds of thousands of knockoff pills reported in recent years.

Emergency medical services have already responded to more than 20 overdose calls in schools this year, prompting urgent action to combat this deadly trend.

Parents are encouraged to have conversations with their children about substance use disorder, even if they believe their child is not at risk.

Immediate help is available through resources like or the hotline 1-800-662-HELP.

Leave a Reply