Official: Contraband drugs probed in 4 inmate deaths

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ corrections secretary said Tuesday that officials believe contraband drugs could be involved in the recent deaths of four inmates at three prisons but are awaiting autopsy and lab results to determine the substances. Roger Werholtz said possibilities include methamphetamines, cocaine, or K2, a synthetic mixture ...

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