By Gage Simpson

Owner of New Frontier News

Saturday, March 23, 2019

(NEW FRONTIER NEWS) – An Enterprise employee at an Arnold, Missouri store is being accused of spiking his co-worker’s drinks because of their “negative energy.”

Police say a 19-year-old employee admitted to lacing two water bottles and one coffee mug with LSD.

Authorities were notified when two employees began to start feeling dizzy and shaky. Both had to be sent to the hospital and were discharged after the effects wore off.

The employee was arrested but hasn’t been charged yet as lab results have not been sent in yet.

The accused employee could possibly face possession of a controlled substance and second-degree assault.

LSD was a popular drug in the 1980s but its popularity wavered until the late 1990s and early 2000s. The drug comes in a clear, odorless liquid which can be given in drop form orally or through liquids.

The drug can cause shaking, increased heart rate, high body temperature, and high blood pressure.


Staff writer. (March 2019). Enterprise employee admits to spiking co-workers’ drinks with LSD because they had ‘negative energy,’ police say. KFVS12. The United States.

Staff writer. (March 2019). 19-year-old Enterprise employee accused of spiking co-worker’s water with LSD. ABC13. The United States.