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By David Pan 

A life cut short at 20 due to fentanyl

Authorities sound warning about latest drug epidemic


Last updated 6/7/2023 at 2:18pm

David Pan

Washington State Patrol Sgt. Van Auken (right) speaks during the City of Mukilteo's Fentanyl Awareness event May 23 at City Hall. Also participating were (left to right) Mukilteo Police crime prevention officer Nathan Fabia, parent Gen Pehlivanian, Snohomish County Human Services opioid outreach specialist Amy Wheat, Mayor Joe Marine, and Hope Soldiers founder Lindsey Arrington.

Gen Pehlivanian described her oldest child, Trygve, affectionately as her wild child. Two years after graduating from Kamiak, Trygve was living on his own with his best friend and his younger brother.

Trygve had issues with his tonsils and came do...

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