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Feds charge man with selling fentanyl-laced counterfeit opiates on Snapchat – East Bay Times – Oakland, California

Oakland, California 2021-03-04 15:27:37 –

VALLEJO —Federal prosecutors have filed drug distribution charges against 2,000 men allegedly arrested for counterfeit drugs containing fentanyl, court records show.

Richmond’s Leowald Gerald Anaya faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted of possession with the intention of distributing fentanyl. According to criminal accusations, a January traffic outage in Stanislaus County found 2,000 tablets in Anaya’s car, but included the use of a warrant allowing government informants and police to track Anaya’s car. It was the result of a one-month survey. ..

Last August, an informant met Anaya at a safeway parking lot on Lincoln Road in Vallejo. Anaya is said to have sold about 100 fentanyl tablets and two guns. The FBI is also tracking Snapchat accounts that appear to belong to Anaya, and the complaint states that users were offering a video of tablets engraved with “M30.”

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