Linn Creek, Mo. —
Synthetic drugs have been a recent topic of discussion for Linn Creek law enforcement.
Linn Creek and Crocker Police Departments are hosting a public hearing to educate the community on K-2 bath salts and synthetic drugs. The hearing is scheduled for August 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Camendton Museum located in Linn Creek.
Law enforcement hope to educate the community of the harm of such drugs. “Just because you can buy it at a gas station, doesn’t mean it is good for your health,” Trevor Dowdney, Linn Creek Police Chief, said.
Dowdney also said that officials will discuss new types of synthetic drugs that people need to be aware of. The hearing is open to all of Camden County.
Refreshments will be served. The hearing is set to last about an hour then will be open for questions and answers.