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According to police, Placanica was in possession of crack cocaine, a clear stained smoking glass pipe, and two orange packages of bath salts, which were labeled "Hookah Cleaner" and "Crystal Bubbly."
Plancanica allegedly violated a "stay away" order of protection. He was charged with criminal contempt, trespass, mischief, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and endangering the welfare of a child.This is only the latest incident involving bath salts in Central New York. Earlier this week, an Oneida County man who was covered in his own blood attacked his neighbor. Last week, a Munnsville woman went on a naked and violent rampage attacking her child while high on bath salts.