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Drug Addiction: Suburban Kids Die “Chasing the Dragon.”

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Fenton High School students will be shown a vivid presentation of the dangers of “chasing the dragon,” a term used to describe the unrelenting hunger of drug addiction.

“Chasing the Dragon” is the title for the presentation to be put on today at Fenton High School by Genesee County Sheriff Robert Pickell, Captain Swanson, and Genesee County Commissioner, Joe Graves.  The presentation will include the actual 911 call for Erika Shlosser, 19, of Fenton, who died of an overdose.  Just two days earlier, Briona Jawhari, 17, of Fenton had also died of an overdose.

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