A drug that is part stimulant and part hallucinogen has been found in eastern Kansas communities, and Regional Prevention Specialist Kari Sparks with the Smoky Hill Foundation says parents and law enforcement locally need to be on the look out for the drug called Molly.
Molly creates the symptoms of an amphetamine and ecstasy. A person on the drug may have dilated pupils, flushed skin, cracked lips, rapid speech, sudden changes in emotion and the tendency to touch.
Emergency room personnel are having trouble treating reactions to the drug, which can result in death.
Molly is also referred to as Boom, Lady Ex and Night Life.