Mom Intercepts Son's Drug Delivery

Dec 12, 2013 Full story: NBC Philadelphia 16

A 15-year-old from Glastonbury, Conn., is facing charges after police say he ordered Salvia online from using his mother's credit card.

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#1 Dec 12, 2013
again education at work..... like the charge won't show up on statement....

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#2 Dec 12, 2013
I want to know who called the cops. Was it the mother, the company, or the charge company?

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#3 Dec 12, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
I want to know who called the cops. Was it the mother, the company, or the charge company?
Most likely the mom panicking like a chicken with it's head cut off.
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#4 Dec 12, 2013
What ta heck is Salvia anyway,,???I think my dog may wanna try it,,,:)

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#5 Dec 12, 2013
Parden Pard wrote:
What ta heck is Salvia anyway,,???I think my dog may wanna try it,,,:)
Salvia divinorum. It is a hallucinogenic sage that has a dissociative effect. It is legal except in a few states. Most people who try it only use it a couple of times and then lose interest.

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#6 Dec 12, 2013
Parden Pard wrote:
What ta heck is Salvia anyway,,???I think my dog may wanna try it,,,:)
Salvia divinorum is a natural hallucinogen, and is on the prohibited drugs list. It really doesn't have any street names, other than maybe "diviner's sage" or similar, just the genus and species. I imagine it isn't that popular because of side effects or something.

On a somewhat related note, in all but a handful of states, you can possess magic mushroom spores for "micology research" purposes. In most, you are allowed to let them grow to the next stage, but not any further than that.

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#7 Dec 12, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
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Salvia divinorum is a natural hallucinogen, and is on the prohibited drugs list. It really doesn't have any street names, other than maybe "diviner's sage" or similar, just the genus and species. I imagine it isn't that popular because of side effects or something.
On a somewhat related note, in all but a handful of states, you can possess magic mushroom spores for "micology research" purposes. In most, you are allowed to let them grow to the next stage, but not any further than that.
Yep, in most places they are not illegal unless they are harvested or there is an intent to harvest. Salvia is not very popular because it is unpleasant to most people. It's effects are similar to having the spins when drunk but much more intense and short acting.

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#8 Dec 12, 2013
Actually, it is illegal in about half the states:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_status_of...

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#9 Dec 12, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
Actually, it is illegal in about half the states:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_status_of...
Not quite half. A few of the states that have legislation on it only forbid sale but not possession or use and some only ban it if sold for Human consumption. The stuff is very unpleasant and not very enjoyable but as long as you're not climbing stairs is pretty harmless and is not addictive.

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#10 Dec 12, 2013
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#11 Dec 12, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>It's effects are similar to having the spins when drunk but much more intense and short acting.
That doesn't sound very fun.
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#12 Dec 12, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
I want to know who called the cops. Was it the mother, the companyany, or the charge company?
Does it really matter who called the kid shouldn't even have access to a credit card especially if he's doing dumb s$&@
Marley Money

Medford, NY

#13 Dec 13, 2013
I've intercepted my kids drug deliveries many times. They snooze, they lose. Free chit for my personal stash. Since I'm sexy and fit they don't care.
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#14 Dec 14, 2013
Kid's gonna have to mow some lawns to pay for the attorney...

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#15 Dec 14, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
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That doesn't sound very fun.
If it was fun do you think the Feds would allow it to be legal???
Penelope Garcia

Glastonbury, CT

#16 Dec 14, 2013
Too many Glastonbury parents are clueless. They don't know that their angels are buying drugs in the Vill.

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