Dr. Gaylord Lopez, the head of the Georgia Poison Center, told Channel 2 that just one pill of fentanyl can be deadly.
“Fentanyl starts getting into 10 times or greater more potent than heroin,” Lopez told Channel 2. “The classical symptoms could be (a person’s) nervous system starts depressing and more importantly, they stop breathing. If an adult is taking these and suffering life-threatening symptoms, imagine what it could do to a child.”
Jail records show that Sellers spent two days in a Fulton County jail in January for possession of cocaine and other related charges.
A woman who said she was Sellers’ mother gave no comment when she was approached by Channel 2.
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A federal complaint obtained by Channel 2 says DEA agents raided the woman's town-home and found at least a hundred Fentanyl pills.