Fort Worth Says K-2 Not A Big Problem
Fort Worth officials are looking at the problem of K-2, and say, it may be little more than a blip on their radar. Just a day after discovery of a K-2 manufacturing facility in the city a Fort Worth City Council committee gets word that K-2 problems barely show up on police records. Captain Ken Dean says a search of records shows only three k-2 cases since the first of the year. K-2 is legal in Fort Worth. Deputy City Attorney Gerald Pruitt says K-2 is being sprayed with something that could boost it’s effects. Fort Worth fire officials found canisters of flammable liquid in a K-2 lab , causing them to close down the facility. The closure came because the owner had no certificate of occupancy for the building.