Truck stops

The Schriever (AFB) Sentinel reports:

On the heels of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s temporary nationwide ban on the drug known as Spice, another synthetic substance designed to produce a legal high has hit convenience stores, truck stops and Internet websites.  Packaged as "bath salts" or "plant food," these products contain stimulants which medical experts have compared to methamphetamine or cocaine. During the past eight months, police departments and hospital emergency rooms across the nation have reported isolated incidents of user overdoses and drug-induced suicides linked to these substances.

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