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ST. JOSEPH, MO. (2010-2-9) The St. Joseph headquarters of the Missorui highway patrol is putting out a warning on a new kind of drug use.
"K-2" is the street name for the substances and can be ordered on the internet and are legal. Known to law enforcement circles as "Spice Canna-Binoids", the plant contain THC the same compound found in marijuana. Highway patrol investigators say people smoking K-2 can get a high which can last for 6 hours. They're concerned it can impair a driver's ability to operate a car. They say its use is becoming more common in Northwest Missouri. Just last week a shop in Lawrence Kansas was raided and shut down after selling K-2 to customers.
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