Heroin Laced with Pesticides Spreading Through New Jersey

 Carbaryl, the chemical found in the common garden pesticide Sevin is popping up in New Jersey’s heroin on the streets this week.  NJ.Com reports:

New Jersey State Police said heroin seized in Middlesex County last month tested positive for the pesticide Carbaryl, which can cause loss of coordination and involuntary convulsions. “As if there could possibly be one more reason to never, not ever, not even once take heroin, there’s yet one more: Pesticide,” State Police said in an announcement…

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