Three McKinney ISD students overdose on synthetic form of LSD

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LSD can be distributed in a number of ways, including colorful blotters.

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Posted on April 7, 2014 at 4:36 PM

Updated Wednesday, Apr 9 at 11:54 AM

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 — are all under the age of 17. The names of the students have not been released.

It appears the students took "N-Bomb," a synthetic form of LSD which can be taken in the form of candy, powder, liquid, or a tab, police said.

Side effects include hallucinations, seizures, agitation and aggression.

"The investigation is ongoing and due to the age of the juveniles, we are not releasing any further details at this time," Sabrina Boston with McKinney police wrote in Monday's news release. "The department encourages parents to speak to their children about the dangers of drugs."

Boston also said the McKinney Narcotics Division, fire department, and school resource officers will be working to stop similar incidents from happening again.

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