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Concerns Over New Dangerous Drug Gravel Spreading To Central

8/15/2014
02:24 | Author: Devin Garcia

New drug called gravel
Concerns Over New Dangerous Drug Gravel Spreading To Central

Find out about the warning police are getting about a new drug called gravel.

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A task force there is now warning law enforcement here in Central Ohio that it may be heading this way. "Gravel is like, the drug anymore. "When you combine a variety of drugs, none of which are good, you get a combination of something that is even worse than the sum of its parts," said Paul Coleman, the president and CEO of Maryhaven.

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Rock bottom Police battle new illicit drug dubbed 39gravel39 Kingsport

6/14/2014
12:08 | Author: Caitlin White

New drug called gravel
Rock bottom Police battle new illicit drug dubbed 39gravel39 Kingsport

Rock bottom: Police battle new illicit drug dubbed 'gravel' Police were recently called to a residential street in Kingsport, where two neighbors.

“They’re getting people hooked on it, then raise their price,” said Elliott. She looked like she’d been smoking meth for five years.” Though in the infancy of their dealings with the drug, law enforcement officials say extreme paranoia is a trademark tendency: pointing to multiple cases as illustration. Local law enforcement are in the early stages of their battle against a new, potent street drug, saying it’s highly addictive and leaves many users with extreme paranoia. Though ingested similarly to the synthetic drug bath salts, through smoking or injection, the alpha PVP contained in gravel is previously unseen in our region.

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Recent arrests raise concerns about synthetic drug 39gravel39

4/13/2014
02:12 | Author: Evan Martin

New drug called gravel
Recent arrests raise concerns about synthetic drug 39gravel39

More arrests involving the synthetic drug called "gravel" are sparking concerns that this drug trend is growing.

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This drug is starting to sweep through the county and it's coming from out of state.

The arrests are just the latest in synthetic drug crimes. Hawkins County deputies arrested six people in Church Hill last weekend after they were allegedly discovered with "gravel" along with evidence of drug sales.

That's why deputies, doctors and nurses are working to train the community before things get worse.

A spokesperson says there have not been any "gravel" related arrests yet.

So what can it do to the body? Doctors told us gravel damages the brain, raises the blood pressure and spikes the heart rate.

6 News also reached out to the Knoxville Police Department to see if their officers have encountered any "gravel" activity.

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"Looks like salt. Most of the stuff that we're seeing is, what you can say, powder form," said Allen. It comes in different colors.

One of the most dangerous things I've seen in the 15 years of ER medicine I've been doing. Probably the most dangerous drug I've ever seen," said Dr. Mettert. "Very, very dangerous.

The Hawkins County Sheriff's Office answered our questions about what the drug is and where it's coming from.

ROGERSVILLE (WATE) - More arrests involving the synthetic drug called "gravel" are sparking concerns that this drug trend is growing.

The legislation making it illegal in Tennessee is helping. At Holston Valley Medical Center, doctors say "gravel" is a combination drug of meth, Klonopin and bath salts. It's also highly addictive.

"Most of it is just mail ordered, or being transported in by vehicle, or shipped in," he said.

Deputies say "gravel" is small and crystal-like.

"The real bad side effect of taking at the doses most people take it in is the paranoia. People committing suicide from the paranoia," said emergency room physician Dr. We've actually seen people become paranoid. Jon Mettert.

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New Bath Salt-Like Drug Called Gravel WHIZ News

2/12/2014
04:36 | Author: Evan Martin

New drug called gravel
New Bath Salt-Like Drug Called Gravel WHIZ News

Law enforcement officials in Ohio are being warned of a new drug called "Gravel." The drug, which get its name from what it resembles, is a.

Carrell says the paranoia side effect can lead to long-term problems, and notes another issue with the drug is that it looks very similar to crack-cocaine.

Muskingum Behavioral Health CEO, Steve Carrell, says Gravel is a "comeback for bath salts," with very similar side effects. Law enforcement officials in Ohio are being warned of a new drug called "Gravel." The drug, which get its name from what it resembles, is a mixture of rat poison, bath salts and methamphetamine, and is migrating north from the southern part of the United States.

"There's always the possibility somebody who is used to getting high on crack inadvertently gets this, are used to getting the high of crack and all of a sudden with this, they'll feel the stimulant effect but then they'll go immediay right into the paranoia."

"They think people are coming to get them, which, police probably are, they're super paranoid about anything and everything around them. And they're going to run, they're going to hide and just be resistant to help.". "People who use this drug called Gravel are super paranoid," Carrell explained.

For more information, you can call the Muskingum Behavioral Health office at. If you see the drug, Carrell urges you to contact the police.

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Drug info - New gravel drug? - Drugs Forum

10/21/2014
04:20 | Author: Caitlin White

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Drug info - New gravel drug? - Drugs Forum

Anyone heard about this new drug called gravel? I have reports of it being sold as possible mdma powder and was wondering if anyone had.

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