POLICE ASSOCIATION OF NOVA SCOTIA 77 RCMP warn suspected fentanyl found twice in one week in the Windsor, N.S., area Originally published on Aug 10, 2017 by CassieWillians, CBC News A 38-year-old Nova Scotia man was charged with drug trafficking after police say two men overdosed on a drug likely laced with fentanyl and needed the life-saving antidote naloxone. RCMP said officers on patrol in Windsor came across a 20-year-old man in medical distress on, just before 2 a.m. onAug. 11, 2017. While officers helped him, a 21-year-old man began showing similar symptoms. Police said that based on their symptoms — which included vomiting, difficulty standing up and heavy sweating — they believe the men were exposed to fentanyl in a dose of molly, a synthetic psychoactive drug the pair had taken. Molly is a nickname for MDMA. Naloxone, a life-saving opioid antidote, was given to both men via nasal spray. Paramedics arrived and took them to the Hants Community Hospital. Both survived, police said. "These two officers, with their quick action, most likely prevented an overdose [death] from happening that night to both of them," said RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Dal Hutchinson. Learning the 'hard way' He said RCMP expects to see more cases of fentanyl overdoses. "Given the fact that people still continue to make the choice to use nonprescription drugs and unfortunately in this day and age we're finding more and more becoming laced with fentanyl and other drugs that can kill you," said Hutchinson. "You're getting something from a stranger; you don't know what's mixed with it. Unfortunately, in this case, two young men learned the hard way." Fentanyl traces suspected in stolen truck The 38-year-old suspect was arrested. He's since been released from custody on conditions and is scheduled back in Windsor provincial court. The overdoses come just three days before RCMP found what they believe are traces of fentanyl on a stolen vehicle in the Poplar Grove neighbourhood outside of Windsor. Windsor, N.S. MOLLY LIKELY LACEDWITH FENTANYL LEADSTO 2 OVERDOSES, 1ARREST Narcan Nasal Spray Forms of ‘Molly’ from left to right: raw MDMA, MDMA powder in capsules and MDMA tablets