Thursday, March 15, 2012
Yarmouth Police accuse a Marstons Mills woman of receiving a shipment of a drug called "bath salts" in the mail.
Yarmouth Police arrested Shauna D. Lippard, 27, of 92 Cranberry Ridge Road, Marstons Mills on Thursday, March 5 after a multi-agency investigation conducted by the Yarmouth Police Department, the Massachusetts State Police Cape Cod Drug Task Force, and the United States Postal Service, according to Yarmouth Police. Lippard was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant for conspiracy to violate the Massachusetts drug laws after she received a shipment in the mail of the drug known as "bath Salts."
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The DEA will study whether to permanently control three substances.
The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) today exercised its emergency scheduling authority to control three synthetic stimulants (Mephedrone, 3,4 methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) and Methylone) used to make products marketed as “bath salts” and “plant food.” Except as authorized by law, this action makes possessing and selling these chemicals, or the products that contain them, illegal in the United States, a Yarmouth Police press release stated. These drugs have been reason of concern for Barnstable and Yarmouth residents and the police force during the last few months. Both towns were seeking ways to stop their sale at local stores, according to police. From the press release: This emergency action was necessary to …
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Yarmouth Police provided Patch with a alert about "bath salts" being used as a method of getting high, here are the details.
A man high allegedly high on "bath salts" was reported in Barnstable no less than three months ago and yesterday Yarmouth Police sent out an alert after they encountered a man high on what they call a "highly dangerous" legal substance. Read the account of the man high on "bath salts" from Yarmouth Police here. The Yarmouth Police Department said in its release it "is extremely concerned regarding the latest trend of the highly dangerous use of Bath Salts and Synthetic Cannabinoids. While these items are currently not illegal in Massachusetts, they are extremely dangerous and concerned citizens, parents, and business owners should be aware of the dangers and liability involved in using or selling these items." The following information …
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Police provided an account of dealing with a man allgedly high on bath salts.
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Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Information provided by Yarmouth Police On Monday, September 19, 2011 at approximately 7:50 AM Yarmouth Police Patrol Officer Sean Gannon, along with Officers Jason Batchelder, Scott Lundegren, Diana Wells, Justin Haire, and Brendan Carnes, encountered and detained a 31 year old West Yarmouth man who was a suspect in the felony theft of a motorcycle. While performing a search of the suspect for weapons Officer Gannon found a small circular container in the left pocket of the suspect’s jacket. The container had a label that read "concentrated bath salts 500mg" on it. Also in the same pocket was a piece of a straw measures approximately 1-2 inches. Inside the container was a white powdery substance. The suspect admitted to Patrol Officer …