Three Washington Relatives Charged With LSD Trafficking

Three relatives are accused of trafficking in LSD, the synthetic drug made popular in the 1960's counterculture.

Washington police found some 1400 dosage units of Lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD, after they arrested the three who lived at a home on Respess Street.

Mitchell Smith and Justin Kelley were both charged with two counts of trafficking LSD and conspiracy to traffic LSD while Philip Smith was charged with one count of trafficking. The two Smith's are brothers, while they are also related to Kelley, according to police.


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