Former bath-salts addict: 'It felt so evil'

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A synthetic drug linked to a vicious attack on a homeless man in Florida and the death of a Colorado teen could soon be banned in the state. Friday, June 1, 2012.

In the past 18 months, the designer drug known colloquially as "bath salts" has been touted in the media as the latest threat to melt a generation of teenagers' minds. The mass-marketed fear comes complete with anecdotal

On Saturday night in Miami, a naked “zombie-like” man attacked another man, biting off parts of his face. The attack was halted only when police shot and killed the attacker, identified as 31-year old Rudy Eugene.

A search warrant has been filed for Pamela's Secrets in Harrisonburg after another bath salts raid this month. Investigators found bath salts and suspected K-2 in the store. As far as charges and potentially closing the business, the sheriff said that

MIAMI — The man is strapped onto a gurney and restrained, yet he is singing, making faces and twitching."You know where you're at?" a paramedic asks him, but Freddy Sharp can't answer. He was, he explained later, off in

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