True Story: Cash Owen, 22, heroin laced with fentanyl

Cash Owen, described as intelligent and charming by his family, was only 22 years old when he died from a drug overdose. Watch as his mother talks about his addiction and his final days.

There has been a 104% increase in unintentional drug overdoses in Dayton since 2010. Source: Dayton Division - Overdose Data.

 

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Wright State working with DEA project to slow down opioid epidemic

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Dayton-area drug deaths may set new annual record – by June

(10 TV, May 18) — Ohio’s Montgomery County, which includes the city of Dayton, had a record high 349 drug overdose deaths during 2016. So far this year, the county has already seen 300 overdose deaths.