Opioid deliveries through internet orders on the rise

Opioids are flowing into Ohio in a way that would be familiar to anyone who’s shopped online. People are placing orders on the internet, and having packages of fentanyl delivered to their doors, often from China. Law enforcement say they’re seeing more cases like this, and Ohio is a top destination.

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