Some Wiregrass authorities are concerned that a mind-altering narcotic may become the latest craze.
Veterinarian Mickey Baine had his practice burglarized over the weekend. A short time later a second clinic was also broken into.
In each instance, the suspects took vials of ketamine, known on the street as "Special K." The drug is an animal tranquilizer that can also be a powerful hallucinogen.
The suspects were later arrested near Chipley, Florida. Darrell Tyler of Dothan and Carmen Stewart of Panama City are being held on drug charges at the Washington County jail.
Geneva County is expected to extradite them for the break-ins.
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