Bath salts produce bizarre incidents

Wednesday's incident during which three patients high on bath salts had to be restrained at Good Samaritan Hospital was the latest in a string of frightening incidents since bath salts first came to light locally three months ago. Full Story
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Lebanon, PA

#1 May 13, 2011
i just don't get it. What persuades people to do these synthetic drugs. You hear and read about all the incidents surrounding this stuff, yet there are those who would say "boy....I wanna try me some of that". It's insane how stupid people truly are.

Lancaster, PA

#2 May 13, 2011
hurts a police officer, was combative, meaning was physically abusive I assume?? Hummm he gets put in a hospital and not arrested for physical abuse???? Causing bodily injury at that, to a police officer??? I assume using drugs is legal now,guess its legal also for a mother to push pot on a daughter too, and she gets away with it

Lebanon, PA

#3 May 16, 2011
How do you compare pot to any other drug, real or fake? No deaths recorded in history of marijuana use from overdose or murder. People who use marijuana dont hallucinate, don't have violent tendencies, and are less likely to committ any crimes to support their habit. Marijuana users in many studies are found to have better focus, concentration, and are less prone to accidents in workplaces. Out of one hundred major employers in different businesses, 28 percent stated they would hire a person who smokes marijuana before they hire a person who drinks alcohol, with seventy percent saying they wouldnt hire either, leaving 2 percent who would hire an alcoholic.
People need to stop bring marijuana into every bad drug story, everything you hear is false, take the time to read and learn form update3d materiaal

Inver Grove Heights, MN

#4 May 25, 2011
5000 people died from tobacco related deaths last year in Minnesota alone. They need to close down all the places that sell this stuff. Lock 'em all up. Save the children. Potentially Fatal. Where are the Congress and Senate to ban this new evil deadly drug?? The police need to stop this stuff before it really gets big. Soon kids will be smoking it. Next thing you know they'll start drinking Alcohol. Drunk people hit cops, have Car crashes,more fatalities. Ahhh, let's ban that as it may be worse. Where do they get these horrible fatal products from . People are dying everyday from them. someone please please help. lets stop talking about it and take some action for crying out loud.

Elizabethtown, PA

#5 Feb 16, 2012
more real drugs in pa1`WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOO

Lancaster, PA

#6 Jul 20, 2012

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