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Police: Bath salts growing problem in area

March 29, 2013

Photo by Colin Deppen Online advertisements like this one offer free samples of stimulant bath salts also available for purchase. St. Marys City Police Officer Greg McManus in speaking to a group at a recent Town Hall meeting dealing with local drug trends explained that the drug is not yet criminalized and that producers are able to circumvent existing drug laws by labeling their products "not for human consumption."

ST. MARYS - "Methylenedioxypyrovalerone is here," said St. Marys City Police Officer Greg McManus in speaking before a group of concerned parents and local law enforcement about the rise of stimulant bath salts use in the area at a town hall meeting held at the South St. Marys Street earlier this week.

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