Baltimore fentanyl organizations with Hampshire County ties shut down by federal indictments

Two Baltimore-based drug trafficking organizations that supplied large amounts of fentanyl to West Virginia and caused at least two deaths have been dismantled, according to Department of Justice officials who unsealed separate federal indictments on January 11.

Thirty-four people from Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia were indicted on charges related to the sale of fentanyl, heroin and other drugs in Hampshire County and Mineral County.

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