Acrylfentanyl was banned in Georgia in April, she said, and has been on the GBI watch list for months.
“It’s a very potent drug and there’s a high potential it has already killed people in Georgia,” Miles told Channel 2 Action News. “There are multiple reports that (the drugs are) showing resistance to naloxone.”
The news comes three weeks after four people were killed and dozens suffered from overdoses in a two-day span in Middle Georgia. The chief medical officer at Navicent Health in Macon told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution a new drug in the area was being sold as Percocet. It’s possible the drug could be homemade.