Some call it KD. Some call it Katie. Some call it Zombie. This is the name of a drug that is finding its way on to the streets across the country.
The drug can leave users writhing on the ground, wide-eyed and struggling to breathe. Standing but moving in slow motion. Sweating. Convulsing. In other words, the user could look a lot like a zombie.
This variation of 'KD' can take on many forms. It can be found in marijuana, spice, tobacco, even banana leaves. The key ingredient that causes the most damage is a heavy-duty bug spray.
The bug spray has a cost of around $20 and gives users a 45-minute, zombie-like high that leaves them nearly catatonic.
Can just about anything be used to get a high these days? Is there any way to protect children from the dangers of household products that could be used to get a high?