INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An Indiana man who says he used to sell the synthetic drugs known as spice says despite crackdowns from police and lawmakers, you can still find the drugs online.
Over the last few years, I-Team 8 investigations led to new laws on synthetic drugs being sold in stores. But the former dealer says he used to buy his supply online and people still can. He says his buyers were mostly teens.
“14- to 18-year-olds would purchase it from me,” says Rob Holocher, a former dealer. “You can’t go online and purchase crack cocaine. What makes it alright to go online and purchase these synthetic drugs?”
He says he used to smoke synthetic drugs and was once taken to the emergency room.
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