June 17, 2020 – “There’s morphine, there’s this, there’s that, this is really dangerous stuff — and there’s a lot of them in there,” she explained.

The woman did not wish to be identified, however, she is a relative of an Eyewitness News employee.

She now wants to know how a bag with hundreds of powerful pills ended up in her Amazon order.

“Let me be clear, this package was not sent by DEA and these drugs were never in DEA custody,” said Bill Bodner, special agent in charge in Los Angeles.

Bodner says a pharmacy in New York was disposing the drugs through a Texas pharmaceutical company, a process that needs to be approved by the government, which is why the DEA form was included.

But he suspects something went wrong in the delivery end.



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