Who knew there was a Fentanyl pill manufacturing ‘laboratory’ in Cottonwood Heights, and in a family neighborhood. The DEA The DEA said they had been investigating the house and its renter for quite some time. Multiple law enforcement agencies converged on this house in a Cottonwood Heights neighborhood to serve a search warrant for a suspected fentanyl pill manufacturing operation. The illegal pill manufacturing operation was found in the basement of this house, located on the intersection of Danish Ridge Way and Titian Way.
Bryan is a 32 year old father of two, he is from Heber City, and is a Veteran who served our country in Afghanistan starting at the age of 17. He began using when he came back from his tour in 2005, due to the PTSD, and never having talked to anyone or dealt with the trauma he experienced overseas. Using gave him the escape he needed, and soon he began using opiates to recover from nights out drinking and using other drugs. His addiction took a turn for the worst after he found and began using opiates regularly, as it does for many.
Almost one in five adults in the US, or 18 percent, lived with an alcoholic while growing up, and are now commonly referred to as Adult Children of Alcoholics, or ACOA. Not all alcoholic families are the same. Some are more severe than others and have multiple problems. ACOA’s may have loving but inconsistent parents, which makes it difficult for them to speak negatively about their childhood to anyone.