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May 15, 2013

Bath salts back in Fla. as 'Molly'

The new form of Molly in Palm Beach County has authorities on high alert since it was linked to three deaths during Miami's Ultra Music Festival in March

By Alexandra Seltzer
Palm Beach Post

PALM BEACH, Fla. — Just months after the sale of dangerous bath salts became illegal in Palm Beach County, local officials say the synthetic drug is making its way back onto the streets and into the hands of young users.

The newest form is falling under the name "Molly," which on the street is believed to be Ecstasy, another synthetic drug that is popular among people between the ages of 13 and 30 and is found at rave dance parties and outdoor concerts.

Full story: Bath salts back in Fla. as 'Molly'

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