It’s no secret these days. Prescription drugs are many people’s go to when it comes to getting high. Many people choose to get their fix in pill form and use of opiates such as Oxycontin can lead to heroin use. Heroin is another drug that has made a resurgence in recent years. Heroin use has reached epidemic-like levels in some areas and hit the mainstream with the overdose death of Oscar-winning actor, Philip Seymour-Hoffman.
However, police in Gloucester and Camden counties in New Jersey have noticed a new drug on the streets. It is a combination of the aforementioned vices in the form of a heroin pill. Police in Pittman said that the new heroin pills are small blue-green tablets with brown speckles that resemble oxycodone pills. The pills are a mixture of crushed opiate pills with heroin. They are stamped with a capital “M” on one side and “30” on the other.
Police are very concerned and are asking for any information on the origin of the heroin pills. Heroin and prescription pills are popular drugs in the New Jersey/Pennsylvania/Delaware tri-state area and the new pills are sure to entice.