Maine drug agents say last week's arrest of an alleged bath salts dealer shows the drug is still in widespread use in parts of Maine.  We heard a lot about bath salts last year in Maine as those who used turned violent. But, officials are seeing less of the violence.

The manufactures of the drugs have changed the formula to try and get around various state and federal laws. Users have also learned how to handle the bath salts and better control their reactions to the drug. Prescription pills are still the number one drug problem, as evident by yet another pharmacy robbery, but bath salts are number two, more common than cocaine or heroin.

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