Parents, Teachers, Members of Law Enforcement, and Medical Personnel:

Be on the lookout for a new form of crystallized methamphetamine that is specifically targeted at children and be aware of this new form if called to an emergency involving a child that may have symptoms of drug induction or overdose.

They are calling this new form of meth “Strawberry Quick” and it looks like the “Pop Rocks” candy that sizzle in your mouth. In its current form, it is dark pink in color and has a strawberry scent to it.

Please advise your children, their friends, and other students NOT TO ACCEPT CANDY FROM STRANGERS as this is obviously an attempt to seduce children into drug use. They also need to be cautious in accepting candy from even friends that may have received it from someone else, thinking it is just candy.

I would like to give a BIG hat tip to Special Agent Wade Gilliam of the 13th Judicial Drug Task Force for passing this information along.

UPDATE: LOOK BELOW THE FOLD FOR INFORMATION ON ANOTHER DRUG THAT IS BEING MARKETED TO KIDS.

I decided to add another drug that’s pretty popular on the playgrounds of Dallas, TX, area schools right now. Although this heroin based product hasn’t caught on in areas outside of Texas yet, it’s just a matter of time before it makes its way up the I-30 corridor. So, be on the lookout for crap too.

Drug dealers in Texas are pushing a relatively new product known on the street as “cheese�?. Cheese consists of small amounts of black tar heroin with crushed Tylenol PM tablets. This deadly concoction only sells for about $2 at Dallas area schools. According to tests preformed on cheese confiscated by the Dallas Police Dept. the purity of the heroin is usually somewhere between 2 and 8 percent.

As you can see in the photo, it’s a tan-colored powder that looks like parmesan cheese. Dealers often sell it in small ziplock baggies or a folded piece of notebook paper. AT LEAST 18 CHILDREN, RANGING FROM AGES 15 TO 18, HAVE DIED SO FAR THIS YEAR FROM USING THIS DRUG.