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News - January 28, 2022

Facing fentanyl crisis, DA's Office to target cartels, organized drug traffickers

New fentanyl working group proposed to address Santa Clara County's drug scourge

by Sue Dremann

Acknowledging that his office's approach to halting the flow of illegal drugs has been ineffective, Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen on Wednesday announced that he's disbanded the traditional narcotics unit in favor of a different approach.

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