Lt. Juan Colon discusses the N.J. ROIC's Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI) and th…

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Lt. Juan Colon discusses the N.J. ROIC’s Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI) and the recently identified lethal drug stamps found in the region.

The DMI is a cutting-edge program designed to identify regional drug trends and quickly notify the public of lethal batches in order to save lives.

The drugs contained within the tainted brands are not necessarily heroin. It’s been determined that these stamps may contain a lethal combination of chemicals and drugs.

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