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Maine police see increase in 'bath salts' cases

The second 'bath salts' case in the area; in another, the muscles of one patient in his 20s were so damaged that he suffered kidney failure


By Beth Staples
Portland Press Herald

CLINTON, Maine — A Fairfield man who was charged recently with driving under the influence of drugs reportedly told police after he was pulled over that he had consumed bath salts.

Clinton Police Chief Craig Johnson said Mitchell Morse, 51, was shaking when he admitted to consuming bath salts Friday morning after getting out of his vehicle.

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