An addiction medicine expert explained how synthetic marijuana or PCP may have contributed to the incident.
The New York Daily News reports: With voices in his head and drugs in his system, a deranged motorist drove his car onto a crowded Times Square sidewalk and mowed down 23 pedestrians — including an 18-year-old Michigan woman who died in front of her little sister. Show More Summary
Times Square Attacker Was High On Hallucinogens The man who ran down pedestrians enjoying Times Square earlier today has been revealed as a Bronx man in his mid-twenties, high on K2. According to Daily Mail, 26-year-old Richard Rojas was
Law enforcement sources told Eyewitness News 26-year-old Richard Rojas appeared extremely impaired after the crash. It's believed he had been smoking the drug, also known as K2, prior to the crash that killed a tourist and injured 22 others.
A driver who crashed his car into pedestrians on the sidewalk in New York City's Times Square on Thursday morning tested positive for synthetic marijuana, multiple outlets are reporting. Richard Rojas, 26, lost control of his vehicle just before noon on Thursday. Show More Summary
Richard Rojas has been identified as the man who rammed a vehicle into a crowd of civilians in New York’s Time Square on Thursday afternoon, killing one young woman and injuring several others. Twenty-six-year-old Rojas is a U.S. army veteran who lives in the Bronx. Show More Summary
Update 3: The driver that killed 1 & injured 22, was apparently high on synthetic marijuana K-2, and according to the Post, he was out for blood, and looking for a suicide-by-cop. The Bronx man who plowed his car into a Times SquareShow More Summary
The man who drove his car into a crowded sidewalk in Times Square on Thursday was high on synthetic marijuana, known on the street as K2, according to ABC News. Read more...
A federal judge said an error he made during a synthetic marijuana case in Lincoln doesn't justify a new trial. U.S. District Judge Richard Kopf blamed himself Wednesday for a … Click to Continue »
Federal inmates get random urine tests for signs of use of drugs like heroin, cocaine or marijuana. But in the alcohol and drug rehabilitation web newsletter The Fix, former federal inmate turned-writer Seth Ferranti, who served time...Show More Summary
Some people who use so-called synthetic marijuana, known by names such as K2 and Spice, may be unable to metabolize the drug, leading them to experience its most harmful effects, a UAMS researcher said today at a national scientific meeting in Chicago.
Toxicology report revealed no traces of “K2,” or synthetic marijuana — or any other illegal drugs — in Hernandez's system.
Well, this is interesting. Following Aaron Hernandez's suicide, reports have been claiming the former NFL star had synthetic marijuana in his system. Except it's now being said by Boston's WCVB that Hernandez had NO drugs in his system at the time of his death. Related: Hernandez's Lawyers File To Erase His Murder Conviction AND in another new turn, [...]
Turns out Aaron Hernandez wasnt under the influence of any substance at the time of his suicide. Despite reports that the former football star had been under the influence of K2 or synthetic marijuana, official toxicology done on his body
Aaron Hernandez did not have any trace of illegal drugs in his system at the time he committed suicide... this according to a new report. WCBV is reporting the toxicology tests show there was no trace of synthetic marijuana in Hernandez's…
Aaron Hernandez's autopsy shows the ex-NFL player had traces of synthetic marijuana in his system at the time of his death, this according to reports. Hernandez's body tested positive for K2 during a kidney fluid screen conducted during the…
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It’s taken on nicknames like the “zombie” drug, “fake weed,” synthetic marijuana, K2 and spice, but no matter it’s verbal street distinction, spice is a chemically produced drug made to look like regular marijuana that has had major adverse and dangerous effects on users for years now. Most...
Synthetic marijuana has been around since the early 2000s and has affected people from NFL players to the homeless.
Meanwhile, the lawyer for a man sources describe as Hernandez's prison boyfriend has not seen the letter the football star left for him before he committed suicide.