A Menasha police officer made an emergency stop to a sheriff’s office after experiencing symptoms from exposure to the powerful opiate Fentanyl. The officer had been at the scene of a suspected drug overdose death Sunday. He was en route to Oshkosh, where the victim had been earlier, when the symptoms started. Reports were that the officer exited I-41 and drove to the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office for help. A Winnebago County deputy gave the officer two doses of Narcan, an opiate antidote, to reverse the effects of the suspected Fentanyl exposure. The drug can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled. A small amount can be deadly.