So-called designer drugs are one step closer to being banned.
Bath salts, K-2 and Spice. Synthetic drugs have many names, but now they share one thing in common: they are illegal in Florida.
The Causeway Cannibal case has ignited Florida lawmakers to rally Congress to help end the trend of violence against the homeless.
Rudy Eugene, the Causeway Cannibal who ate the face off a homeless man he attacked along the MacArthur Causeway, was apparently not high on bath salts or any other exotic street drug at the time of the attack, according to a report released Wednesday by the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner.
Do not be surprised if your child returns from a school event with a prayer leaflet, as it will now be allowed as part of several new laws taking effect July 1.
Broward County commissioners have taken the first step to ban the sale or display of bath salts and synthetic marijuana.
“Bath salts” have made headlines ever since it was rumored Rudy Eugene may have been under their influence when he chewed off half of Ronald Poppo’s face on the MacArthur Causeway before he was shot and killed by a Miami police officer.
“Bath salts” have made headlines ever since it was rumoed Rudy Eugene may have been under their influence when he chewed off Ronald Poppo’s face on the MacArthur Causeway before he was shot and killed by a Miami police officer.
SUNRISE (CBSMiami) – Sunrise has become the first city in Broward to outlaw the sale of synthetic marijuana. Tuesday evening commissioner gave unanimous approval to the ban, according to the Sun-Sentinel. Known on the street […]
Doctors have released photographs of Ronald Poppo, more than two weeks after the homeless man had much of his face chewed off during an attack by so-called Causeway Cannibal Rudy Eugene over the Memorial Day weekend.