Articles Tagged With ‘synthetic drugs’

Jury rules Los Osos man did not drive high in fatal crash

A San Luis Obispo County jury found a Los Osos man not guilty of four felony counts this week related to allegations he was high on spice when he crashed his car, killing two passengers and injuring two others. The... (Continue reading)

Los Osos family suffers third accidental death

In a span of less than a year, a Los Osos family has lost three of its members in fatal crashes. The 24-year-old man killed Tuesday night in Los Osos has been identified as Michael Brito. Brito was struck by... (Continue reading)

SLO council to consider spice ban

San Luis Obispo police are recommending that the city council ban spice and other synthetic drugs that resemble marijuana. The council will consider an ordinance banning the possession, sale and display of synthetic drugs at its meeting Tuesday evening. If... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria junior high students ill from smoking spice

A handful of students from El Camino Junior High School in Santa Maria became ill after smoking spice on Friday morning. The mother of one of the five students who smoked spice before school, found her son unresponsive at their... (Continue reading)

Cambria smoke shop sued over fatal crash

The mother of a toddler killed in a recent car crash is suing a Cambria smoke shop over the synthetic drug spice that it allegedly sold to the driver of the vehicle. [Tribune] On Oct. 25, Tanner Noah Mengore crashed... (Continue reading)

Who laced the cake at a California bakery?

A Southern California bakery is under criminal investigation after approximately 40 customers became ill from eating bread that police say contained a synthetic drug. [NBC Southern California] After consuming Three Kings cake, customers of Cholula’s Bakery in Santa Ana experienced... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles council banning spice

The Paso Robles City Council is banning synthetic drugs, known as spice, that often resemble marijuana and are to blame for a recent fatal collision in San Luis Obispo County. [KSBY] On Tuesday, the Paso Robles City Council approved the... (Continue reading)