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Center Grove teen planned to buy nine “hits,” or doses, of a synthetic LSD from a drug dealer he had learned about from a friend.

What the teen and two of his friends ended up with was a new designer drug that an Indianapolis drug dealer had bought over the Internet and had shipped from Pakistan or India, police said. That dealer sold the drug, known as N-bomb, to two men, who brought it to the Center Grove area early Sunday morning.

They met up with Samuel Xavier Motsay, 16, at a home in the Eagle Trace subdivision and sold him nine doses of the drug for $10 each, for a total of $90. The two men each made $20 profit from the deal, according to the police report.

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