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On Wednesday, the Indiana Department of Health in Indianapolis issued a warning to the public following the discovery of vaping products containing THC oil.

The department also asked the Indiana State Police Department, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to work together to enforce the ruling.

“Overtly vaping THC oil in public places is an infraction. We hope to make this message clear to the public as the popularity of vaping continues to increase among our youth,” Department of Health spokeswoman Judy Reed said in a release.

The Indiana State Police acknowledged the release and said it was working to implement a program to identify and confiscate unlawful products.

“Those who are caught with these products can expect jail time and could potentially go to prison,” State Police Chief Paul Milton said in the release.

Reed said local law enforcement have the authority to make and enforce arrests, but individuals who are in possession of these substances must report the infraction to the Indiana State Police.

A judge ordered a bail of $500 for each infraction, Reed said.

Reed also said the state’s prosecutor’s office has the ability to reduce that bail when appropriate.

“When a person is charged with a crime, that person should expect to go to jail. If they’re a victim of crime, they need to expect to go to jail as well,” Reed said. “We are working with local prosecutors to assist with those individuals who need help.”

Reed said vaping is a relatively new phenomenon, but recent studies have shown that vaping is more dangerous than smoking cigarettes.

“It’s a life-threatening problem for our youth,” Reed said.

In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published the first-ever study of teens who use e-cigarettes. The study found that one out of every five teens who use e-cigarettes is a regular e-cigarette user.

Widespread use

The number of Indiana teens who regularly use e-cigarettes jumped by 180 percent since 2011, according to the study.

The researchers, from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, did not speak specifically about vaping products containing THC oil, but they said the findings should be applicable to youth who use vaping products containing nicotine.

“Given the recent media attention to vaping products and the associated harm, it is critically important that we learn more about how and why teens and young adults use these products and what can

When the heroine of the film, Bharati Balan, was in the audience of the film, she had a cup of water in her handbag. The hero, Shahid Kapoor, while having his meal, saw her in this state and shot her dead. He also tried to kill the young girl Mehru (Suhasini Mulay) in the hospital, who is the daughter of the film’s hero. .KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Six years ago, Kansas City was offering a $2 million reward for the return of a 17-year-old boy and his friend.

Now, the city is offering a nearly $14 million reward, with a new person of interest.

On Nov. 22, 2004, Shawn Ancrum and Jordan Wrenn were reported missing. Wrenn, who was 14, had been missing since Dec. 10.

Ancrum, who was 17 at the time, disappeared on Christmas Eve. He was later found stabbed to death in a field near Blue Springs.

Last week, Kansas City police announced the arrest of a 14-year-old boy in the case.

Robert “Robby” Kyle Spencer III is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Ancrum. Spencer also is charged with attempted first-degree murder for a shooting the same day as Ancrum’s killing.

Now the city’s reward fund is ready to be distributed.

“The purpose of a reward is to encourage individuals with knowledge about a crime to come forward and help law enforcement solve it,” Tim Grisar, a spokesman for the city, told 41 Action News.

Since the reward was announced, three new individuals have been linked to the case, but their motives still are unknown.

“It’s been six years since this happened and a lot has come out of it, and I have never forgotten the Ancrum family,” Grisar said. “And our family here has never forgotten the Wrenn family, and we will continue to do what we can to help them.”

The city’s reward for information in the case has grown from $2 million to nearly $14 million because of a donation by Intermountain Health Care and the Sports Legacy Fund.

Jirayut “Jay” Vensam, the 14-year-old who police say killed Ancrum, and Corey Arnold, 15, have been arrested and charged in the

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