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Springfield Fire Company shared Delco DA Katayoun Copeland's post.
3 days ago
Today our members attended a press conference held by Senator Pat Toomey and Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun Copeland trying to fight the crisis caused by Fentanyl.Today District Attorney Katayoun Copeland joined Senator Pat Toomey who announced new proposed legislation that will mandate countries that are major sources of the extremely deadly fentanyl, like China, to comply with international agreements on narcotics control. Joined by members of the Springfield Cares Coalition, Heroin Task Force and local police chiefs, the announcement was made at Springfield Police Department. As a former narcotics prosecutor, DA Copeland noted that drug traffickers directly profit from the affliction of those struggling with the disease of addiction, and in an effort to increase their profit margin, are diluting heroin with fentanyl, often causing instantaneous overdose and death. This Act will undoubtedly benefit law enforcement, allowing those who produce fentanyl, no matter where they are in this world, to be prosecuted and held accountable just like the drug trafficker who peddles this poison in our community. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company welcome you to our web site. The Springfield Fire Company is responsible for the fire protection and fire prevention of approximately 25,000 citizens in the 6.2 square mile area of Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
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