#TestIt Alert Issued for Los Angeles and Moreno Valley, CAMadalyn McElwain
#TestIt Alert issued for Los Angeles and Moreno Valley, CA
A yellow-orange Homer Simpson pressed tablet submitted to EcstasyData.org from Moreno Valley, CA, was sold as and expected to be MDMA, but tested as methamphetamine and caffeine. The pill is in the shape of Homer’s head, and his face appears on both sides (pictured below). The tablet was sourced in Los Angeles, CA.
On the Marquis reagent, the sample turned light orange; on Mecke, there was a very slight change to yellow; and no reaction occurred for Mandelin.
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