There was recently a few articles in the Antigo paper about a drug bust of bath salts.
If there is more to the story, then the paper should really publish it.
From what I read, it was stated that the Police overheard a jailhouse phone call and made the assumption that bath salts were being smoked due to the sounds of inhalation over the phone?
Now, if that is all that the police heard and there was no actual discussions about drug activity, or the person saying "I'm sitting here smoking salts", then I don't see how this could be enough evidence or probable cause to obtain a search warrant.
Here is a quote from the article today (02/06/2013), "Kelly appeared to be heating and ingesting bath salts while a child cried in the background."
So, I find it impossible for a person to know that someone is heating something over the phone, or ingesting bath salts. There is no probable cause here in my opinion.
I think if these people get some REALLY good lawyers, they could probably get the whole case thrown out if it is, in fact, based entirely on what the newspaper quoted. I find it to be outrageous!