Friendswood Police warn parents about synthetic LSD

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FRIENDSWOOD, TX - We live in a world where almost everything is at your fingertips including drugs unfortunately.

It appears one dangerous drug a synthetic form of LSD is becoming more easily accessible for teens in the Houston area.

"We want to make sure that the parents are aware that its back in the area and that it's toxic and potentially lethal," said Friendswood Police Chief Robert Wieners.

Less than two months ago police raided a Pearland apartment where a drug similar to synthetic LSD was found.

Additionally, in a more recent case, two teenagers were sent to the hospital after overdosing on this dangerous drug.

The drug attracts teens because it's often put on cartoon character stamps that are put under the tongue.

Friendswood police want parents to be aware of the symptoms which include hallucinations, increased blood pressure and rising temperature.

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