A synthetic form of marijuana that is banned in a handful of states has found its way to LaRue County.
Two men, one from Upton, the other from Louisville, have been charged with possession of synthetic cannabinoids this year.
Cannabinoid, also called spice or K2, is in high demand and can be purchased online, according to Kentucky State Police. It’s sold in brightly colored bags by some cigarette shops, gas stations and convenience stores. It does not look harmful and is designed to emulate the sensations produced by illicit substances.
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