Use of bath salt drug appears to be on the rise in California


The bath salts drug craze has been blamed for the violent, zombie-like attack in Florida during which one man had most of his face chewed off, and the.

Police are awaiting the results of toxicology tests to see if Eugene was high on a drug known as "bath salts." “These drugs have absolutely nothing to do with the product sold at Bed, Bath and Beyond,” said Rick Geller, the director of the California

Rudy Eugene, 31, the so-called "cannibal" Miami man who was fatally shot as he chewed on another man's face in a gruesome attack over the weekend, is suspected to have been high on a drug known as "bath salts.

By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter While they are still awaiting toxicology reports confirming what potent drugs the face-eating “zombie” was on when he ripped the flesh off his victim, investigators suspect that Rudy Eugene

Rudy Eugene, 31, the so-called "cannibal" Miami man who was fatally shot as he chewed on another man's face in a gruesome attack over the weekend, is suspected to have been high on a drug known as "bath salts.

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