Two Relatives Charged with Importing Deadly Drugs

An uncle and his nephew are being held at Montgomery County Prison after they were charged with importing the deadly synthetic opioids Fentanyl and Carfentanil from China.

Calling them dealers of death, District Attorney Kevin Steele announced the arrests Thursday of 26-year-old Jamil Chapman and 23-year-old Nasai Chapman.

“This is the first time we found and seized Carfentanil and found it to be trafficked here in Montgomery County and when I talk about Carfentanil being here I can’t emphasize the mixtures that we’re finding too. If somebody is using cocaine and Carfentanil is mixed in there it’s going to be deadly. Something accelerating your heart rate and lowering your heart rate and what that does is cause death.”

Fentanyl is 50-times more toxic than heroin and Carfentanil is 100-times more deadly than Fentanyl and is used as an
Elephant tranquilizer.