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A New York City drug operation sold a deadly mixture of fentanyl and heroin in plastic baggies stamped with the brand name “Uber”—and when federal agents busted the ring they arrested an actual Uber driver who was allegedly part of the conspiracy, the Drug Enforcement Agency announced Monday.
A team of investigators from the DEA and the city’s special narcotics prosecutor were watching an Upper West Side building across from Central Park as part of an ongoing investigation about 3:35 p.m. Friday when they saw a man leave the building. David Rodriguez, who was carrying two boxes and a white shopping bag, got into a black Honda Accord driven by Uber driver Richard Rodriquez and the pair drove less than a mile before they were pulled over and the car was searched—with the investigators finding packages holding a combination of fentanyl and heroin, according to a DEA press release.
The investigators stopped two men who left the Upper West Side apartment about 90 minutes later—Jesus Perez-Cabral and Johnny Beltrez. The investigators allege Perez-Cabral was part of a drug trafficking organization, and the 19-year-old admitted he had gun and drugs inside his apartment, the DEA said.
very dumb for an uber employee to do this. I imagine if it becomes a big enough story it'll be very damaging to uber. I dont think too many people will pay attention to this though.
Theres only one thing that actually bothers me about this story: it is that the guy is obviously selling that fent as dope since theyre mixed that way from the get-go. And i wonder, and doubt very much that this is fentanyl citrate but they never follow up. Most likely an analog. I guess they just call it all "fentanyl"
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