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(5/5/2015 - Everett Herald)
In recent weeks, Snohomish County deputies and other law enforcement officers have been getting training in the use of naloxone, better known as Narcan. The prescription medication is used on people who have overdosed on heroin or painkiller opiates, such as morphine, oxycodone or Vicodin. The training comes at a time when overdose deaths from heroin and opiates have been on the rise in Snohomish County and elsewhere in Washington.
(5/4/2015 - Sky Valley Chronicle)
Starting May 18 all three Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office precincts will be full service facilities.
(5/3/2015 - Everett Herald)
School Services Unit Deputy Bud McCurry works in the Lakewood School District and four schools on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. He's also the face of law enforcement in the county's juvenile drug court.
(4/29/2015 - Snohomish Tribune)
When a heroin abuser is caught, it’s not always the presence of heroin that factors into why they are arrested. Instead, police take a close look at what else the person they've caught has done, and what threat he or she poses to society. In other words, the drugs may be just a small part of the charges, depending on the person, law enforcement officials said.