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'K2' warning in aftermath of chase, shooting
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The Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) is warning the public about a synthetic drug known as “K2” or “Spice.” Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews said Friday that Nicholas Rivers -- the 20-year-old Camden man who took his own life after murdering a Columbia cabbie and leading law enforcement on a three-county chase -- had mental health and substance abuse issues. Now, KCSO Capt. Ed Corey, who previously worked as a CPD detective, says Rivers may have been addicted to K2.