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South Carolina Wildfire Starter Arrested for Drug Possession

Marc Anthony Torchi, who accidentally started a massive wildfire near Myrtle Beach, SC in 2009, has been released after being arrested for possession of marijuana and “bath salts.” Torchi was arrested on Monday and charged with the distribution of a Schedule I Narcotic, possession of a Schedule I Narcotic, simple possession of marijuana and … [Read more...]

No Bath Salts…Only Pot! | South Carolina Drug Crimes Attorney

South Carolina Drug Crimes Attorney         The “Miami Cannibal” was not high on bath salts after all. Rudy Eugene, the 31 year old Miami man accused of eating off the face of a homeless man, had no traces of any drugs other than marijuana in his body. Eugene stripped naked and began chewing the face off of Ronald Poppo, a 65 year old … [Read more...]

Zombie Apocalypse or Bath Salts Crisis?

Bath Salts Assault Prompts Zombie Apocalypse Preparation   In a bizarre twist of events, cases of “zombie” incidents have been popping up across the United States and beyond, leaving thousands concerned about preparing for the zombie apocalypse. Those who subscribe the zombie apocalypse theory believe that a series of grusome events are a sign of … [Read more...]

Bath Salts to Blame after Woman Loses Arm, Shoulder, and Breast

The Dangers of Bath Salts Authorities now believe the injection of bath salts caused a flesh-eating infection in woman causing her to lose her arm, shoulder, and breast. The woman says she injected the bath salts into her arm at a party. She then developed a life-threatening condition called necrotizing fasciitis after injecting the bath salts. … [Read more...]

DHEC Bans Bath Salts and K2 in SC

As we recently reported, the readily available designer drugs known as Bath Salts and K2 have been under fire as local leaders push to vote restrictions into place prohibiting anyone from manufacturing, selling, or possessing the substances.  As these bans go into effect, convenience store owners and local smoke shops may be left scrambling to pull … [Read more...]

DHEC Moves Forward with Bath Salts Ban

South Carolina Criminal Defense Attorneys WIS-TV is reporting that South Carolina health officials on Thursday worked on an emergency regulation to ban chemicals found in synthetic drugs that law enforcement officials say are sweeping the state. "We feel like this is the way to address this very emerging issue and very much a changing issue," … [Read more...]

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