Drug arrest made after overdose of 13 year old girl

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Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) announced an arrest on Thursday, May 25th for the man believed to be the distributor of drugs that led to the overdose of a 13 year old girl.

On Tuesday, May 23, officers received a report about the young girl’s overdose that was later linked to LSD, a potent psychedelic drug, and psilocybin, commonly known as shrooms.

During the investigation of the overdose, officers identified contact information for the distributor.

Officers contacted the distributor posing as a juvenile and arranged a sale in Marshall.

The suspect, identified as Shayan Seifazadeh, 18 of Ashburn, was arrested at the location for the sting and officers located LSD and MDMA in a search of his vehicle.

He was arrested on multiple counts including, possession with intent to distribute, distribution, and distribution to a minor of  a Schedule I or II substance.

He is being held at Fauquier County Adult Detention Center without a bond.

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Winchester men plead guilty to drug distribution

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Two Winchester men plead guilty to possessing and distributing Eutylone, a Schedule I controlled substance.

Eutylone is a stimulant that has psychoactive effects and is usually sold and falsely advertised as MDMA or Ecstasy.

Eutylone is much more dangerous than those as it produces a weaker effect leading the user to take more.

Gregory Kinley Frye, 54, and his Nephew Lamont Antoine Parson, 39, were apprehended after law enforcement made multiple controlled buys and a search was conducted of their home that recovered over 3 kilograms of the substance, a 9mm pistol, and a scale.

They both face up to 20 years with sentencing scheduled for spring of 2022.

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