Trevor Nelson, left, with his younger brother, Brett Nelson. Trevor Nelson was an N.C. State University graduate who died of a heroin overdose Dec. 1 in Fuqua-Varina. Days after his death, his brother created an online petition to urge police departments to equip their officers with naloxone, which counters the deadly effects of an opioid overdose.
Trevor Nelson, left, with his younger brother, Brett Nelson. Trevor Nelson was an N.C. State University graduate who died of a heroin overdose Dec. 1 in Fuqua-Varina. Days after his death, his brother created an online petition to urge police departments to equip their officers with naloxone, which counters the deadly effects of an opioid overdose. Courtesy of Brett Nelson
Trevor Nelson, left, with his younger brother, Brett Nelson. Trevor Nelson was an N.C. State University graduate who died of a heroin overdose Dec. 1 in Fuqua-Varina. Days after his death, his brother created an online petition to urge police departments to equip their officers with naloxone, which counters the deadly effects of an opioid overdose. Courtesy of Brett Nelson

When his brother died using heroin, a Raleigh man reacted with a petition

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