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'Catnip Cocktail' linked to bizarre, irrational behavior on the rise in NJ, police say

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Police in Fairfield, New Jersey, arrested a man after he was found with drugs used to sedate animals that is not for human consumption.
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People are getting high off a drug called Catnip Cocktail, which is advertised as a pet sedative. &quot;This is a very dangerous product and it appears its improper use is on the rise,&quot; Fairfield Police Chief Anthony G. Manna said in a statement. &quot;We will do whatever we can to...

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