SHERMAN, TEXAS -- Sherman police say they might have their first case involving the synthetic drug -- bath salts.
Just a few weeks ago at Grayson College, a girl believed to be high on bath salts struggled with college cops, bit one and had to be tased.
The drug is called "bath salts" because it looks like the bath product.
Sherman police say the drug is illegal because the chemicals used to make it are also dangerous.
At 1 a.m. yesterday, Sherman police pulled over Christopher Puckett for not stopping at a stop sign.
They arrested him when they found a switchblade on him, but they also found a glass pipe and baggy full of what they believe could be bath salts.