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Who was Dalilah Guerrero? (Police charge teenage ‘drug-dealer’ with murder after 12-year-old girl dies)Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Who was Dalilah Guerrero?

Dalilah Guerrero, 12, took part of a pill she thought was the painkiller Percocet but was actually laced with the potentially deadly opioid.

The San Jose schoolgirl was rushed to the hospital but was later pronounced dead following the November 2020 incident.

She became the youngest person to suffer a fatal fentanyl overdose in Santa Clara County in 2020, according to the prosecutor’s office.

A 16-year-old ‘drug dealer’ has been charged with the murder of 12-year-old Dalilah Guerrero, who died of a fatal overdose of fentanyl that had been mixed with a painkiller, prosecutors announced.

Charged and Arrested

In a major development in the case, prosecutors have now arrested a 16-year-old boy whom they described as a ‘drug dealer’.

The boy’s name was not released as he is a minor, but he is being charged with murder. It is believed that he will be tried as a minor.

The investigator who looked into the suspect’s Google Photos account said there were screenshots of public service warnings about fentanyl overdose that predated the girl’s death.

According to prosecutors, on November 14, 2020, Dalilah was with two other teenagers when she contacted the suspect and purchased an ‘M-30’ pill.

Family

Her family said Dahlilah “was loved by many people.”

Deputy District Attorney Donald Shearer said the girl after consuming three-quarters of a single pill she believed to be Percocet.

According to prosecutors, on November 14, 2020, Dalilah was with two other teenagers when she contacted the suspect and purchased an ‘M-30’ pill. The group videotaped her lining up the crushed pill which she then inhaled. They say she then passed out and started snoring, a “tell-stop sign of a fentanyl overdose.”

“She was clearly looking to put her mind in a different place,” Shearer said. “She was not looking for the dangerous effects of fentanyl.”

The prosecutor added: “Unfortunately, what your drug dealer tells you you are getting and what you are getting are often two different things.”

Victim

Shearer said of the boy: ‘He is not an innocent victim in this.

“He is someone who knew that he could get these pills, and when he passed them on to a 12-year-old girl, he consciously ignored life.”

Fentanyl is approximately 50 to 100 times more toxic than morphine. Just a few grains can cause a fatal overdose.

Illicit fentanyl is sometimes pressed into pills that look like other prescription pills (such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, Xanax, and others).

In Santa Clara County, fentanyl is especially prevalent in fake generic pills, with street names like ‘M-30s’, ‘M-box-30s’, ‘pressed blues’, ‘blues’ and ‘Oxy’.

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