Police say missing marijuana eaten by mice

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On Wednesday, the number of cases climbed to 118, including three deaths, the health department reported.

The New York State Department of Health has issued a statewide health advisory to hospitals, emergency departments, and urgent care centers following severe and life-threatening bleeding cases reported in Illinois, Maryland, Wisconsin, Indiana and Missouri, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday. Those sickened require hospitalization and treatment with vitamin K to control bleeding, she said. IL reported seven more cases on Tuesday, bringing the nationwide total to at least 116.

"This bleeding is not expected, at least in such a significant population so quickly".

Suspecting that something might be afoot, Portero visited the impounded marijuana warehouse.

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The Cuomo administration noted that synthetic marijuana is marketed as legal and sold in colorful packets which typically consist of plant material coated by chemicals that are supposed to mimic the effects of naturally grown marijuana. "Synthetic cannabinoids in general are not safe and this is one example of not knowing what chemicals are in the product".

Standing before a judge, every police officer involved gave the same excuse, that the drugs had been "eaten by mice". "It is hard to know what's in them or what your reaction to them will be".

The tainted products can cause many types of unusual bleeding including: bleeding eyes, nose, and gums; coughing up blood; heavy menstrual periods; and blood in the urine or stool. The CDC has warned doctors nationwide to be on the lookout for patients experiencing severe and unexplained bleeding. There should have been 6,000 kilograms stored in the police warehouse, but only 5,460 could be accounted for. IDPH spokeswoman Melaney Arnold told the Chicago newspaper that the product is banned for sale across the state, but some manufacturers alter the "molecular makeup of the products" to "get around" the law.

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