Three more say drinks may have been spiked in Aspen
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) – Aspen authorities are investigating three more possible cases of spiked drinks over the past week, including one where a woman believes she was sexually assaulted.
Pitkin County Undersheriff Joe DiSalvo said Tuesday the reports are credible.
The woman who believes she was sexually assaulted told police she blacked out in an Aspen bar and woke up in a hotel in Glenwood Springs, 35 miles away.
Police say another woman was carried from a bar after friends noticed she was behaving oddly after drinking only a little.
Another woman found a residue in the bottom of her drink but felt no effects. The residue has been turned over to investigators.
About a dozen other people reported memory loss and other signs of spiked drinks in recent months.
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