Synthetic marijuana is believed to have sickened 221 people in Colorado during a monthlong outbreak this year, according to a federal report released Thursday.
After recent crackdowns on Spice, a new drug called kratom is filling the void left on store shelves as the next “legal high.”
A tobacco store in Denver remains open despite several police raids and an arrest in the past year for allegedly selling illegal synthetic marijuana.
The owner of a Denver tobacco shop facing charges for allegedly selling spice appeared in court on Monday.
The owner of a Denver tobacco shop is facing charges for allegedly selling spice.
A Longmont tobacco store is being accused of selling illegal synthetic marijuana.
The death of a 19-year-old who died after smoking synthetic marijuana has prompted a wrongful death suit against a Colorado Springs convenience store.
A federal team has arrived in Colorado to help investigate hospital reports that synthetic marijuana is to blame for scores of recent illnesses and possibly three fatalities in Denver and Colorado Springs.
Synthetic marijuana has sent 75 people to the hospital in the Denver metro area in the past few weeks.
Experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are traveling to Denver to investigate an alarming number of people hospitalized after using synthetic marijuana.