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March Newsletter! Kratom and Liquid LSD

Did you know? The supplement “Kratom” is becoming increasingly popular among students. It is derived from a plant, and is taken in pill form or dissolved in liquid. In lower doses, it increases alertness. In high doses, it can create an opioid-like effect. It can be addictive and it is under consideration to be classified as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance by the DEA. For more info, clickHERE. “K-9 Korner” …Read More

September Newsletter! Dangers of Fentanyl Abuse, Back to School.

Dangers of Fentanyl Abuse Last month, the CDC released a Public Health Alert about the increase in Fentanyl related overdoses and deaths. Fentanyl is an extremely potent synthetic opioid, which is 50 times stronger than heroin. It is famously attributed to the death of the singer “Prince.”  It’s legal use is for pain management after surgery, or to treat chronic pain for patients who are physically tolerant to other opiods. …Read More

January Newsletter. Liquid THC and Vaporizers

Liquid THC and Vaporizers  Liquid THC is the preferred option of ingestion for many marijuana users. According to the website,liquidweed.org, it is easy to consume, difficult to smell and easier to transport than traditional marijuana. It is readily available online, and it’s possible to make it at home. This is an actual recent Interquest K9 find. Vapor pens used for consuming THC liquid. These “pens” are powered by a small lithium battery and …Read More

Interquest of Oklahoma Participates in Red Ribbon Week!

Misty Carson of Interquest of Oklahoma, and her Contraband Detection Canines, Prince and Sturgis participated in Red Ribbon Week which  is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. Our highly trained detection dogs can locate drugs, alcohol, medications and gunpowder in schools and industry. Sturgis and Prince showed off their detection skills and Mrs. Carson talked about making …Read More

Synthetic LSD on the Rise in Schools

LSD seems to be making a comeback in school districts nationwide, and teachers and administrators need to be on the lookout for it in the interest of school safety. The following is an excerpt from WFFA.com out of Dallas, Texas: McKINNEY — Three McKinney School District students overdosed on a synthetic form of LSD this past weekend. Police said Monday that the three students — two boys and one girl — …Read More