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Police concerned about bath salt drugs after incident

9:08 PM, Jul. 17, 2013
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When Stevens Point Police officer Gary Anderson arrived at a home on the northeast side of Stevens Point on July 8, he had no idea he would be encountering the effects of a new drug in the area.

Anderson and other officers found a middle-age Stevens Point woman lying on a bed, thrashing around, seemingly unaware of her surroundings and what she was saying or doing.

What Anderson and other officers were witnessing were the effects of bath salts, a drug obtained on the Internet. The incident has police on edge at the possibility that bath salt use could start becoming more common in the city. ...

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