Law enforcement officials worry 'rainbow fentanyl' could be targeting children
Thank god for border control BUT we need to be on high alert
A new kind of fentanyl is hitting the streets and law enforcement worry it may be targeting children. It's known as "rainbow fentanyl" and just days ago border agents in Arizona seized nearly 1 million fentanyl pills including thousands of "rainbow-colored tablets."
Law enforcement officials said it's only a matter of time until it makes its way to Florida.
At first glance rainbow fentanyl may look like candy or sidewalk chalk. It's the same highly-toxic synthetic opioid just a brightly-colored version, and that's what's concerning for law enforcement.