Fentanyl, meth, heroin, crack cocaine concealed in soda cans inside Tequesta man’s car

31-year old William Joseph Lefler of Tequesta was arrested and faces multiple possession charges. You can see the hidden compartments of the soda cans where the drugs were hidden. (Source: MCSO)

From MCSO: A suspicious vehicle parked near a local business early this morning caught the attention of a midnight shift deputy performing a routine check in his zone.

That suspicion led to the seizure of fentanyl, methamphetamine, heroin, crack cocaine, Clonazepam and Xanax, much of which was concealed in fake soda cans.

Fentanyl has become a danger not only to drug abusers, but to law enforcement officers who conduct traffic stops and come into contact with the substance.

Just recently, an Ohio Police Officer accidentally overdosed during a traffic stop when he was exposed to the fentanyl.

Law enforcement agencies throughout the country are undergoing special training and relying on special equipment to help protect them from dangerous secondary exposures.

William Lefler was transported to the Martin County Jail. He has no bond at this time.

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