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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 PCP A dangerous drug with dangerous consequences. History PCP began as an anethetic, it has since been discontinued. In its pure form it looks like flour but people instead take the pill form Apperance Drug Type Hallucinogen, a drug thatcauses hallicunations Street Names Hog, Ozone, Wack, Rocket Fuel, and Angel dust Signs of Abuse Why It's Used and How It Is Dangerous it is used because of it's hallucinatory effects. users experience aggressive behavior and feel no pain Some signs of abuse includeAmnesia, High Blood Pressure,and Rapid Heart Beats. Short Term Effects -Nausea-Vomiting-Blurred Vision-Paranoia -Disordered Thinking Long Term Effects -Memory Loss-Depression-Difficulties with speech-Flashbacks-Self Mutilation School, Family, Friends Consequences PCP causes you to lose all connection with your family and friends as the drug becomes the only thing you want. It can prevent scholar achievements as it decreases concentration and motivation Possession of PCP from100-999 grams is punished by 5-40 yearsin jail or a 2 Million fine for a first offense.2 offense is punishableby a 4 million dollar fineand 10-life sentencing in jail Legal Consequences -6 million people 12+ have reportedusing the drug-1% of high have used PCP-Throughout 2002-2009 only 39 PCPlabs have been seized 32 of thembeing in california PCP Statistics Works Cited"The Effects of PCP Use." The Effects of PCP Use. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Mar. 2015."PCP Fast Facts." PCP Fast Facts. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2015."PCP Possession and Penalties | Criminal Law." N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Mar. 2015.
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