Undercover deputies seized thousands of dollars worth of bath salts in Pitt County as a new state law now makes them illegal in North Carolina.
Over the past several months bath salts have become popular as some people would smoke or snort the product.
Pitt County deputies visited several stores on Wednesday. Some still had the products on their shelves for sale, while others had the now-illegal substances boxed up to be sent back to distributors. Deputies confiscated it all, but did not arrest anyone.
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