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Cindy Farmer, director of the Cherokee County Juvenile Drug Court, discusses characteristics of synthetic marijuana — also known as K2 or spice — with members of law enforcement during a workshop in the University Center on Dec. 5. The seminar, facilitated by Capt. James Bell of the NSU Police Department, discussed the molecular compositions of some synthetic cannabinoids, how they might be recognized and applicable federal and state laws. Approximately 60 officers, including officers from the Fort Gibson Police Department, attorneys and other professionals attended the workshop.

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