Bath salts, K-2 and Spice. Synthetic drugs have many names, but now they share one thing in common: they are illegal in Florida.
State agents busted a Fort Lauderdale convenience store this week for selling dangerous synthetic marijuana.
You can be on cloud nine (“feeling good”), or on Cloud 9 (“high on a brand of fake pot”). Police say the latter may have led a man to stab a sleeping woman five times with a meat cleaver.
Sunrise may become the first city in Broward to outlaw the deadly herbal incense meant to give its users a high but instead could land them six feet under.
Miami-Dade commissioners have passed on first reading a ban on the sale of synthetic marijuana.
A Sunrise man survived what he and his doctors are calling a near death experience from a dangerous new drug called synthetic marijuana.
The Florida House has signed off a bill which revises the state’s law on designer drugs commonly referred to as “bath salts.”
On the shelves of several convenience stores in South Florida, CBS 4 News found a drug that law enforcement, legislators and drug experts describe as “dangerous” and even deadly, and despite efforts to ban the drug, the makers are able to keep it legal and for sale.
If you have a bag of pine nuts in your pantry, you may want to check them
Effective Tuesday, the sale of synthetic marijuana is no longer legal.