Brand-conscious drug dealers used Uber's logo on their heroin

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You know it’s been a rough year for Uber when its name winds up in a crime story it had absolutely nothing to do with. 

The DEA announced late last week (flagged today by Gothamist) that on August 2, 2017, it conducted a raid in New York City that netted around $4 million worth of heroin and fentanyl, including small packages meant for sale branded with Uber’s name and logo.

What’s more, it seems that one of the offenders was allegedly a driver for Uber at the time of his arrest, according to the DEA. 

In their press release on the arrest, the DEA said: Read more…

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Source: Mashable
Brand-conscious drug dealers used Uber's logo on their heroin

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