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ST. LOUIS – The Drug Enforcement Administration’s St. Louis Division says fake pills like Xanax and Oxycontin are being trafficked into the St. Louis-area and can be deadly when consumed.

“Basically, we’re seeing the Mexican cartels have been mass-producing counterfeit pills,” said Special Agent in Charge Bill Callahan.

The article goes on to state the following:

Callahan says the pills are made primarily with fentanyl. They are addictive, cheaper to produce, and leading to overdose deaths.

WATCH the news reports below for more details, as the DEA warns that counterfeit prescription pills from Mexico are killing Americans.

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