June 28th, 2006
Join Date: Jan 2006
Nigaboo Daren Reese
kills over 100
, but gets a special esteemed-up bail of just $200,000. Let's see, what was Matt Hale's bail? Oh yeah, no bail-- too dangerous to release with so many pissed off White people morphing into closet White racists in the Rainbow Kwa.
Detroit Man Charged in Lethal Heroin Case
County Sheriff's Department Daren
Reese is shown. Reese, one of two men arrested
in an investigation into a lethal form of heroin
blamed for more than 100 deaths in the Detroit
area alone was arraigned Saturday on drug
possession and weapons charges. Sheriff's
deputies arrested Reese on Thursday in the sale
of a mix of heroin and the prescription drug
They said he was carrying 80 packets of the drug
Fentanyl is an opioid analgesic, first synthesized in Belgium in the late 1950s, with an
analgesic potency of about 80 times that of morphine.
All forms of fentanyls are to be used only by opioid-tolerant patients; several deaths have occurred when used by other patients. Today, fentanyls are extensively used for anesthesia and analgesia.
combination known on the streets as "Magic" or "A-1."
DETROIT Jun 24, 2006 (AP)— A man suspected as a key player in the supply of a lethal form of heroin blamed for more than 100 deaths in the Detroit area was arraigned Saturday on drug possession and weapons charges, officials said.
Wayne County sheriff's deputies and federal drug agents said Daren Reese was arrested Thursday in the sale of a mix of heroin and the prescription painkiller fentanyl.
Reese, 45, of Detroit, faces charges including four counts of delivering and manufacturing a controlled substance, and two felony weapons charges for carrying a firearm and body armor. He was being held in the Wayne County Jail on $200,000 bond.
He has sold drugs that have killed several across the USA and is held on a $200,000 bond while a white senior citizen is held on a $3,000,000 bond for drunk driving and another white senior citizen is held on a $2,000,000 bond for improperly storing gunpowder.
Paul Curtis, a lawyer representing Reese, told the Detroit Free Press after the hearing his client was a scapegoat for authorities trying to show they are combating the fentanyl scourge.