From CBS News:
The Drug Enforcement Administration issued an advisory Tuesday about an “emerging trend” of “brightly-colored” fentanyl pills being used to lure children and young people. What is often called “rainbow fentanyl” has been seized by law enforcement agencies in 18 states just this month, the DEA said.
The drugs, made to look like candy, comes in several forms, including “pills, powder and blocks that resembles sidewalk chalk,” the DEA said.
“Rainbow fentanyl — fentanyl pills and powder that come in a variety of bright colors, shapes, and sizes — is a deliberate effort by drug traffickers to drive addiction amongst kids and young adults,” DEA Administrator Anne Milgram said in a statement. (more…)