Templeton mother arrested for drugs
October 1, 2010
Detectives arrested the 47-year-old mother of an alleged drug dealer after she accepted and signed for two pounds of Mephedrone at her home on the 100 block of Dandelion in Templeton on Thursday.
On Sept. 21, Tracy Hall’s son, 18-year-old Alister Hall, was arrested for allegedly selling the psychoactive stimulant to two teenagers who became violently ill from the drug. The two 15-year-old Templeton boys were taken to Twin Cities Community Hospital where they were treated for Mephedrone ingestion on Sept.11.
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies said the drug is similar to ecstasy and can cause agitation, euphoria, elevated body temperature, and violent vomiting. The drug is a white powder substance that can be swallowed in pill form, injected or mixed in liquid and drunk.