Prescription pain pills found hidden in an Aleve bottle at Prince's Paisley Park estate may have been counterfeit drugs that contained the much stronger narcotic fentanyl, according to reports.
At least one of the pills, which were labeled "Watson 385" – indicating that they contained lower-potency mix of acetaminophen and hydrocodone – tested positive for fentanyl, a source close to the investigation told the Associated Press on condition of anonymity.
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