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The Dangers of Laced Gummies: Two Overdoses Reported

Recent news has highlighted the dangers of consuming laced gummies, with two reported overdoses in the area. The District Attorney's office has launched an investigation into the incident, and undercover detectives have discovered that two flavors of "Delta 8 THC 600 MG Happy Cubes" - Juicy Pineapple and Blueberry Lemonade - were found to be laced with illegal drugs.

A search warrant was executed on Thursday night, and testing is ongoing to determine if other items from the stores contain deadly drugs. The D.A. has issued a warning about "Urb Extrax" and "Packwoods Coned," which are both alleged to contain fentanyl.

Consumers need to be aware of the risks associated with consuming these types of products. Laced gummies can be particularly dangerous, as they may contain high levels of illegal drugs that can cause serious harm. It is important to only purchase products from reputable sources and to carefully read labels before consuming any type of edible.

The victims of the recent overdoses have recovered, but the incident serves as a reminder of the importance of being cautious when it comes to consuming cannabis products. Law enforcement is working diligently to determine if this is a widespread issue, and consumers should stay informed .

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