Are Children are at Risk and being attacked from all sides.
TROY, MO (KTVI)– Lucrative drug sales continue despite new laws. Stores keep hiding dangerous substances in packages with different names. FOX 2 investigator Chris Hayes picked up some of the latest stuff – and got action.
It`s called King Karma – a new name and a different package – but it appears to be another trick to help kids get a dangerous high.
We bought some from a store called RetroActive in Troy, Missouri and took it to the St. Louis County toxicology lab. Doctor Chris Long found reported illegal substances. Then Roger Mauzy and other narcotics officers raided.
Mauzy said, “After receiving your report, we took all their King Karma out of our ‘Retro’ store, which entailed about $10,000 worth of product.”
That could save lives according to Bob Welsh with the Missouri Safety Center. We talked with him via Skype about his tests on similar synthetics…
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