Meth mixtures hitting the streets

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Drug users are experimenting with highly addictive mix of meth and caffeine

By Stevie Lowery

“The Walking Dead” has become an incredibly popular television series, but it seems to be coming to life on the streets of Lebanon and beyond, according to local law enforcement and Marion County Jailer Barry Brady.
On Oct. 13, a 30-year-old woman was arrested for public intoxication after she was found in the middle of Kobert Avenue screaming about snakes on a porch and in the trees. She was incoherent, and unable to communicate or function when being processed in the Marion County Detention Center, Jailer Brady said.

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