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Reward for Greyhound fentanyl trafficker

ALLOWED HIM TO WALK OUT ON HIS CASE. HE IS JUST A HORRIBLE JUDGE. THERE IS LITTLE DOUBT ABOUT HOW DISTRICT ATTORNEY STEPHEN ZAPPALA FEELS ABOUT DISTRICT JUSTICE SANDRA ORENSTEIN. THESE DECISIONS DON’T MAKE ANY SENSE. SO NOW THE GUY, AS SOON AS HE LEFT THE JAIL, HE’S IN THE WIND. JAN CEPEDA WENT BEFORE ORENSTEIN ONE DAY AFTER HE WAS CHARGED WITH TRAFFICKING NINE KILOS OF FENTANYL, WHICH IS 450,000 DOSES, ACCORDING TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE THAT DAY. ORENSTEIN RELEASED CEPEDA FROM JAIL, ASKING THAT HE RETURN TO COURT SEPTEMBER 11TH. HE DID NOT. ZAPPALA SAYS IT WAS A RECKLESS CHOICE BY A JUDGE, BUT ONE HE SAYS HE IS SEEING OFTEN. AS BAD AS THAT DECISION WAS IN ORENSTEIN WITH CEPEDA, THAT’S WE’RE GETTING THOSE ON A REGULAR BASIS. AND THE PERCEPTION OUT THERE IN THE COMMUNITY IS WE GOT THIS REVOLVING DOOR THAT’S BEEN CREATED FOR VIOLENT OFFENDERS, SERIOUS OFFENDERS, AND PEOPLE LOSE CONFIDENCE IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. WE HAVE REACHED OUT TO JUDGE ORENSTEIN, BUT THEY HAVE NOT RETURNED OUR REQUEST FOR COMMENT. NOW, AS FOR CEPEDA, HE DOES HAVE ANOTHER COURT APPEARANCE ON THE 18TH, BUT ZAPPALA DOESN’T EXPECT HE’LL SHO

$5,000 reward offered for man accused of trafficking $1.6 million in fentanyl who skipped court date

The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office has posted a $5,000 reward for the arrest of a man wanted for trafficking nine kilos of fentanyl through the Pittsburgh Greyhound station. Yancarlos Pichardo-Cepeda, 27, was released on non-monetary bond but hasn’t shown up to court this month. Pichardo-Cepeda was charged on Aug. 31. According to the attorney general’s office, the amount of fentanyl Pichard0-Cepeda had would amount to 450,000 doses.Anyone with information is asked to call 412-522-0822 or 412-559-2725.Below: Pennsylvania State Police most wanted.What is fentanylFentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin and 100 times more potent than morphine. Just two milligrams of fentanyl – which is equal to 10-15 grains of table salt – is considered a lethal dose.The DEA said that without laboratory testing, there is no way to know how much fentanyl is concentrated in a pill or powder.If you encounter fentanyl in any form, do not handle it and call 911.The DEA said fentanyl is the deadliest drug threat facing this country.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 107,622 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2021, with 66% of those deaths related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl.Drug poisonings are the leading killer of Americans between the ages of 18 and 45.

The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office has posted a $5,000 reward for the arrest of a man wanted for trafficking nine kilos of fentanyl through the Pittsburgh Greyhound station.

Yancarlos Pichardo-Cepeda, 27, was released on non-monetary bond but hasn’t shown up to court this month.

Pichardo-Cepeda was charged on Aug. 31.

According to the attorney general’s office, the amount of fentanyl Pichard0-Cepeda had would amount to 450,000 doses.

Anyone with information is asked to call 412-522-0822 or 412-559-2725.

Below: Pennsylvania State Police most wanted.

What is fentanyl

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin and 100 times more potent than morphine. Just two milligrams of fentanyl – which is equal to 10-15 grains of table salt – is considered a lethal dose.

The DEA said that without laboratory testing, there is no way to know how much fentanyl is concentrated in a pill or powder.

If you encounter fentanyl in any form, do not handle it and call 911.

The DEA said fentanyl is the deadliest drug threat facing this country.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 107,622 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2021, with 66% of those deaths related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl.

Drug poisonings are the leading killer of Americans between the ages of 18 and 45.

https://www.wgal.com/article/pichardo-cepeda-greyhound-trafficking-reward/45361388 Reward for Greyhound fentanyl trafficker

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