Ridgefield Schools and Clark County Sheriff’s Office to host free event on the dangers of fentanyl

Parents and community members are invited to join Ridgefield School District and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office for a public information meeting about the dangers of fentanyl on Wednesday, November 16
A sheriff’s deputy holds a bag of seized “rainbow” fentanyl. Photo courtesy Ridgefield School District

Law Enforcement agencies across Southwest Washington have seen an alarming increase in overdoses from fentanyl-based counterfeit substances


Parents and community members are invited to join Ridgefield School District and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office for a public information meeting about the dangers of fentanyl on Wednesday, November 16 at 6 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center at Ridgefield High School. 

Law Enforcement agencies across Southwest Washington have seen an alarming increase in overdoses from fentanyl-based counterfeit substances, which are now being produced to appear as colorful, harmless candy. 

At the free public event, Clark County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Bill Sofianos will present “The Dangers of Fentanyl in Our Community” which will give important updates on local seizures, trends, and safety information for students and parents to be aware of. 

Sgt. Bill Sofianos is a 22-year veteran of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and is currently the supervisor of the Clark-Vancouver Regional Drug Task Force. Sgt. Sofianos has held positions as a corrections deputy, patrol deputy, street crimes detective, SWAT team operator, and school resource officer. 

Information provided by Ridgefield School District.


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