HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) – A major designer drug crackdown across the nation led to 91 arrests and more than $36 million seized by the DEA.
Here in West Michigan, Michigan State Police troopers raided hundreds of stores after Gov. Rick Snyder signed a bill banning synthetic marijuana or any drugs like it in June.
But just one week before he did, Sheri Wright of Holland nearly died after using it.
The drug referred to as K2, spice or incense blends put her in the hospital for 10 days.
“I almost died. If they wouldn’t have put me in an induced coma, I would’ve died,” said Wright.
Wright suffers from chronic back pain. In June, she chose a cheaper route than marijuana to cope.
“I would get sick, like throw up,” she said. “I wanted the pain to go away in my back … It went away. I didn’t feel no…
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