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Teens ordered synthetic drug online before deadly overdoses

PARK CITY, Utah (KSTU) — A pair of search warrants provide new details about the alleged acquisition and distribution of a synthetic opioid by three juveniles in Park City. According to the documents, one of the juveniles told police she was approached by the other two about receiving packages by mail at her home. The girl said she watched one of the other juveniles order a substance online, and she later received a package from Shangha, China which contained a white powder substance in a clear bag, the warrants said.
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