Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

Authorities announced on Wednesday that a San Jose Police Officers Association (POA) executive has been accused of plotting to import fentanyl and distribute it across the country.

According to a court complaint, Joanne Segovia, 64, is accused of having at least 61 shipments sent to her residence from nations such as China, Hungary, India, and Singapore.

The labels for the shipments were titled “Wedding Party Gifts,” “Gift Cosmetics,” or “Chocolate and Sweets.”

In five of these shipments that were seized by police starting in January 2019, thousands of dollars worth of pills, including the synthetic opioids Tramadol and Tapentadol, were also discovered.

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Segovia allegedly planned the logistics for receiving and sending the goods using her home and work computers, as well as encrypted WhatsApp communications.

WhatsApp is an internationally available freeware, cross-platform, centralized instant messaging, and voice-over-IP service owned by U.S. tech conglomerate Meta. It allows users to send text and voice messages, make voice and video calls, and share images, documents, user locations, and other content.

According to officials, she also sent a package using the San Jose Police Association’s UPS account.

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