Glenns Ferry Man Collapses After Consuming Laced Marijuana
MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho (AP) — Southwest Idaho authorities have issued a warning after reporting that a man consumed marijuana laced with a chemical and suffered irreversible damage.
Chief Deputy Mike Barclay of the Elmore County Sheriff's Office says emergency responders on Sunday went to an address in Glenns Ferry where a man had a severe medical problem.
Detectives tell KIVI-TV that the man consumed marijuana containing some type of additive and authorities are concerned more might be in the area. Police say they're working to find out where the man obtained the marijuana. The man's name hasn't been released.