Let Us Pray: 'Fentanyl overdose' follow-up: Deputy Faiivae body-cam vid via San Diego County Sheriff's Department

Oct 31, 2022Let Us Pray0 comments

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The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday released body camera footage related to an alleged fentanyl overdose of a deputy that was met with skepticism after it was posted on social media last week.

The department also claimed the deputy who “overdosed” was not given a toxicology screening at the hospital he was taken to after the incident.

The new video includes two clips – nearly an hour-long each – and features body camera footage from detectives David Faiivae and Scott Crane.

This footage from Deputy Faiivae is courtesy of San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

Full story at: https://www.cbs8.com/article/news/crime/san-diego-sheriffs-department-says-toxicology-not-screened-for-deputy-fentanyl-overdose-video-releases-additional-footage/509-69487d14-493f-4cd5-ae06-0c96700a75e6


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