Simpson, FDACS continue illegal substance sweep, netting nearly half a million illicit drug packages

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” data-image-caption=”” data-medium-file=”″ data-large-file=”″ /> Florida law enforcement and state regulators seized 2.5 tons of “gas station heroin” and synthetic THC, both illegal drugs in Florida The seizures took place across four different distribution facilities and included nearly half a million individual packages of the drugs Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson’s agency spearheaded the effort alongside the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Previous crackdown efforts netted tens of thousands

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