Cherokee County begins new initiative to fight synthetic drugs

Businesses in Cherokee County have begun putting up stickers agreeing not to sell synthetic drug products.

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Cm1986 - 10/24/2013 9:12 AM
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I am so glad that they are raising awareness of these synthetic drugs. This stuff is bad. I ended a 5 year relationship with my child's father because of "spice." I wouldn't leave my 4 year old with his own father at home because of it. I saw what it did to him. He thought he was dying on many occasions, was hallucinating frequently, and I could barely understand a word he said. But he kept doing it. I got to the point that I couldn't deal with it anymore. we had $60 to our name and he took half of it and bought spice. I told him to throw it away. I didn't care about the money, I just wanted it out of my house. He wouldn't. No one can tell me that its not addictive, or that its "synthetic marijuana." Meth isn't the only drug that makes people lose everything they love.
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