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The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department recently purchased this handheld device which can detect the presence of six kinds of drugs in a suspected impaired driver. Officers are currently receiving training on the device so that it may be used in roadside investigations.

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department has a new roadside tool to combat drug-impaired driving.

The department recently purchased Abbott’s SoToxa Mobile Test System, a handheld analyzer that can detect the presence of six kinds of drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, cannabis, amphetamine and benzodiazepines.

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