California man arrested in Pittsburgh, and the mass of a drug overdose, coupled with orange wristbands, officials say

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The police department in Pittsburgh, Pa., are concerned that there may have been a bad batch of drugs out on the streets.

A California man will face federal charges in connection with a mass drug overdose incident in Pittsburgh’s South Side during the weekend that left three people dead and four others are in hospital after police linked him to the orange paper wrist bands are worn by each of the child’s best interests.

Peter and Rene Sanchez Montalvo, aka Carlos, was arrested without incident at a home in McKees Rocks, Pa., the U. s. District Attorney’s Office said in a news release on Monday. He was charged with unlawful distribution of a controlled substance resulting in death and serious bodily injury.


Montalvo allegedly gave a white, powdery substance, and the victims believed it was cocaine, prosecutors said. Those of you who have swallowed the substance and was immediately sick. Three of the victims died on the spot.

A preliminary investigation determined, fentanyl was present in the white powder, the victims are taken, authorities said. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

A preliminary investigation by the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office determined the white powder to fentanyl, according to the release.

Researchers Montalvo, the Insomnia, Discotec, in Brookline, on Saturday night, a place that gave customers the orange wrist bands as well as the person in which the victim was wearing, and the Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety, said Monday.

Montalvo, left to Sleep, and went to an apartment where he was staying, the police said, was an “after-party”. A number of the members of the club joined in with him, and eaten a white powdery substance, according to police.


Five of the victims were found inside the apartment early on the Sunday morning. Two of the victims were found dead in the apartment, and another was found dead outside an elevator (lift). Another one was found at a spot outside of the building.

The four surviving victims have ranged from serious to critical condition when they were rushed to the Hospital, according to police. Three of the victims have since been upgraded to stable condition, while one remained critical on Monday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.


The police noted that the incident appeared to be isolated, and it was not a case of a tainted drug, spread out on a large scale. The people who took part in the events in which the orange wristbands have been given no reason to care, according to police.

Montalvo could face a maximum sentence of life in prison and a fine of up to $1 million.

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