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Lonoke County: New kind of drug abuse

The Lonoke County Sheriff's Department is on the look-out for a new kind of drug abuse called smurfing.
The Lonoke County Sheriff's Department is on the look-out for a new kind of drug abuse called smurfing.

Monday night deputies arrested James Calvert of Vilonia. They say he tried to trade Sudafed pills for meth. He now faces a charge of delivery of a controlled substance.

They say smurfing is when two or three people go store to store buying Psuedofederin, which is an ingredient for meth.

"Somebody will go and they will buy pseudofed pills and then they will trade those to a meth cook basically for meth or for money," says Lietuenant Jim Kulesa.

Calvert is still in the Lonoke County Jail on a $20,000 dollar bond.
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