"It was showing up down south, southwest, down in the Lawton area, Fort Sill," said David Derby.
After doing more research, Derby found the real problem.
"There are four active components of the K-2 smoking blend, and it's actually a spray," said David Derby.
He proposed House Bill 3241 making the chemicals in K-2 illegal.
"It will be illegal for any business in the state of Oklahoma to sell K-2 smoking blend, or you will be charged with the full weight of the law," said David Derby.
It's already been passed by the state House and state Senate and was signed into law by Governor Brad Henry but it doesn't go into effect until November 1, 2010.
Until then parents are asked to continue spreading the word.
"They need to understand and again I'm just speculating that it could be a gateway drug that will lead your kids down a road and into company of people that might introduce them to much harder drugs," said Paula Lau.
Residents are allowed back to assess the damage, 48 hours after a massive tornado ravaged parts of Moore. Two dozen people lost their lives Monday, including the mother of two brave sons.More >>
Residents are allowed back to assess the damage, 48 hours after a massive tornado ravaged parts of Moore. Two dozen people lost their lives Monday, including the mother of two brave sons. One of the sons rode out the storm with his mom, and lived to tell their story.More >>
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