There is a new craze on the drug scene, and it has police concerned. They’re homemade lollipops, called "dro pops".
They are drug-laced candy that's very popular in the Midwest, and it's now becoming popular with Southern teens.
The "dro pops" looks like an everyday lollipop, but they have one flat side where they are laid on the sheet during manufacturing.
Police say the red and green lollipops are made with liquid THC, the active agent that's in marijuana and the pops have tested positive for PCP.
The difference is that someone could be sucking on this latest form of the drug and you'd never know it.
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