Police Warn of New Drug Targeting Teens

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0  Updated at 10:52 am, September 27th, 2011 By: Managing Editor
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(POCATELLO) – Pocatello Police are warning parents about a new drug affecting area teens. Local News 8 reports that a drug called 2-CE has sent four teens to the hospital, with one in intensive care. The drug, which is also known by the names “europa” and “dragonfly” is a synthetic hallucinogen with effects similar to LSD. Police say it comes in the form of unmarked white and blue capsules with powder inside. If you see any pills or have any information, call the Pocatello Police Department.


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