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Men charged with disguising super-powerful opioid as Oxycodone

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CEDAR FALLS (KWWL) -
Two Cedar Falls men are facing charges, accused of possession of Carfentanil, a drug 10,000 times stronger than Morphine.
The United States Attorney's Office says Cameron Lensmeyer, 20, and Evan Sage, 20, disguised the drug as Oxycodone Pills.
Investigator say in June of last year, investigators found the drugs during a search of their home.
The Tri-County Drug Task Force say they found 800 blue pills, that looked like oxycodone, $20,000 in cash, 30 grams of cocaine, 600 grams of marijuana, and a loaded gun.
Drug testing indicates the blue pills were carfentanil, a drug used as an elephant tranquilizer.
The men are set to stand trial on March 26. 
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