"We had two girls 14 years of age sneak out of the house where they were spending the night and basically met up with four teenage boys in a vehicle and were driving around, evidently consumed alcohol, supposedly there was some K2 spice smoked and supposedly some bath salts," said Vicky Dunbar of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department.
Spice and a drug concoction called bath salts were outlawed by the Indiana General Assembly July 1. Both are synthetic drugs that defy detection during drug tests.
"You get them from the gas station or from other people and people have them at school or they do it in the bathroom," said Abby Scott. "I was not knowing what was going on. I was just crying and freaking out."
Scott said her friend was vomiting blood and in convulsions when the boys left them in a friend's front yard at 5 a.m.
"They get dumped in the front yard like a piece of trash," said Jill Janusiewicz, Abby's mother. "If you take PCP, LSD, heroin and cocaine and put it in a ball, bath salts are worse."
Abby said other Noblesville youths are aware of the gas station convenience stores where, with a codeword, spice and bath salts can be purchased. Fox59 News is not revealing the locations of those stores to protect the investigation.
Sheriff's detectives will meet with school administrators to track down the teens who furnished the girls with drugs.
"Apparently they have drugs," said Janusiewicz, "so, a 14-year-old girl, trying to be cool, trying to fit in, peer pressure... I want parents to know what's going on because I don't think they do."