Use of Bath Salts Continues to Increase in Gwinnett – Lawrenceville Patch
Reports of people allegedly under the influence of bath salts continue to make headlines.
Bath salts are a synthetic drug that were once sold in gas stations, but were placed under an emergency ban last month. It is a stimulant powder containing amphetamine-like chemicals.
Most recently, Gwinnett County Police were called to the scene of a Duluth man who was acting “bizarre” and ate his own feces.
That story came just days after news broke out about an Alpharetta man, also allegedly high on bath salts, was tasered 14 times when police found him running rampant around a Norcross-area driving range. He threatened to start eating people, in addition to showing superhuman strength.
Two officers from the Gwinnett Vice and Intelligence Units currently