The DEA has been cracking down on synthetic drugs, including so-called bath salts, spice and Molly, since the drugs first gained widespread popularity years ago.
A Baltimore man will spend one year in prison for supplying synthetic drugs known as “bath salts” to a dealer in central Virginia.
A Staten Island, N.Y., man faces up to 20 years in prison for supplying the synthetic drug known as “bath salts” to a video store operator in Virginia.
An area resident who was facing charges related to allegedly raping and murdering a goat while high on bath salts has been declared not competent to stand trial by a county judge.
People are inventing so many new, legal ways to get high that lawmakers can’t seem to keep up.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation outlawing synthetic drugs, including a substance that led to the death of a Minnesota teen last year.
The owner of two paraphernalia shops called “Hot Stuff and Cool Things” and three of his employees were indicted Wednesday on federal drug conspiracy charges for allegedly selling bath salts and synthetic marijuana.