“It was eye-opening for us. We worked in the southern border Arizona area. We would go down to town in that area or cities and literally fentanyl drug dealers in every corner. Impaired driving was awful. Like alluded to earlier, these people are so addicted to these highly addictive drugs it totally consumes it,” Sgt. Sproat said. “They start committing crimes some of them violent crime. That was the most dangerous place I’ve work in my career.
Little said meth and fentanyl is the biggest drug threat facing the state, which he says law enforcement agencies are finding that it’s making its way to Idaho from the U.S. Mexican border.
“There is a direct tied to the loose border in Mexico,” Little said.