The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office wants to make the public aware of an illegal drug being pushed on the street that may be linked to causing recent bad drug related reactions. During an evolving investigation by the Bibb County Sheriff’s Special Investigations Unit, it was learned that there have been some pills purchased that may be causing a bad drug reaction.

During the investigation it was reported that the pills that were described being purchased were yellow in color and an oval shape. The counterfeit pills have the numbers 10/325 on one side and the word PERCOCET in all capital letters on the opposite side. On the counterfeit pills the word PERCOCET is not stamped as deep as the manufacturer typically does on their pills. Also on the counterfeit pills, the imprint of the name is also at an angle.  A picture of the counterfeit pills is attached to this release. The content of the pills is not yet known at the present time but will be tested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Everyone is strongly encouraged to treat these pills or anything resembling these pills as hazardous.  Anyone coming in contact with these pills or anything that looks similar to them is urged to call the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500, or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.