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The Contra Costa County Sheriff - Coroner's Office Forensic Services Division Laboratory (Martinez, California) recently received a single blue tablet with an Iron Cross logo, approximately 9 millimeters in diameter, suspected Ecstasy (see Photo 1). The exhibit was seized from an individual in Concord by the Concord Police, pursuant to a local arrest for possession (no further details). Analysis of a basic petroleum ether extract by GC/MS indicated a complex mixture of methamphetamine, benzylpiperazine (BZP), trifluoromethylphenylpiperazine (TFMPP), MDMA, 1,4-dibenzylpiperazine, and procaine (BZP not quantitated, but a moderate loading based on the TIC). This was [the Contra Costa DEA] laboratory's first encounter with a tablet with this logo, and also with BZP in any form.

[Microgram Editor's Note: This also appears to be the first ever report of dibenzylpiperazine to Microgram.]
This is the first DEA lab result we've posted to EcstasyData. We hope you like the inclusion of this into our database.