Crime Lab Sees New Synthetic DrugsJul 04, 2012
by Mark Caudill
The next generation of synthetic cannabinoids has turned up in the Mansfield, Ohio, police crime lab.
"In a two-week period, a number of samples came through that I initially wasn't able to identify," crime lab director Tony Tambasco said.
According to Tambasco, there were 14 suspected Ecstasy samples. One sample proved to be Ecstasy, while eight others contained a drug commonly seen in Ecstasy.
"I've got five that are just strange," Tambasco said. "They look to be two or three different things.
"They're brand new to us."
They could be brand new to users, too.
Source: Mansfield News Journal