BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, IN (WTHR) Indiana’s Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department is asking parents to be on the lookout for “Xanie Tarts.”
They look like a well-known candy. They even have the familiar logo.
“This looks like candy,” Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers says of the pills.
But the fact it’s in a police evidence bag tells you it’s not just a SweetTart.
Sheriff’s deputies first found the drugs in the shoe of a 17-year-old, and noticed they didn’t look quite right.
“Different color here,” Myers says. “It looks like maybe a liquid had been put on those but they look like candy.”
They’re called “Xanie Tarts”, SweetTarts tainted with the prescription drug Xanax, an anti-anxiety drug with side effects like drowsiness, slurred speech, lack of balance and coordination, memory problems and anxiety.
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