OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State drug enforcement officials and
educators say there is now a synthetic form of marijuana that may
be able to avoid drug test detection.
The drug called K2 is a mixture of herbs and chemicals and is
sold legally as incense.
But it can also be smoked.
The director of the Oklahoma Outreach Sober School for students
recovering from addiction says students have told her about the
drug. Tina Barker says educators began noticing about a month ago
some odd behavior from students.
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