NJ City Targets Drug Dealers After Children Killed
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Police in Camden, N.J.,
are offering a reward for information leading to the arrests of any PCP
dealers following the killings of two children, allegedly by Camden
residents believed to be high on PCP-laced marijuana.
prosecutors Wednesday announced a $500 reward for tips leading to
arrests of those selling PCP or "wet," marijuana dipped in PCP.
offer comes days after the stabbing of two children, one fatally, by a
man police say told them he had smoked "wet." Two weeks ago, a woman
believed to have been on the illegal drug decapitated her 2-year-old son
and killed herself.
Authorities are trying to determine whether there is a bad batch of the drug in the city.