The Kansas Bureau of Investigation Laboratory (Great Bend, Kansas) rec- INTELLIGENCE BRIEF - UNUSUAL POLYDRUG SEIZURE IN ELLSWORTH, KANSAS ently received a polydrug submission from the Ellsworth County Sheriff's Office that included a variety of tablets and pills. The drug exhibits, and $1400 cash, were recovered from a backpack that was found at an accident scene on I-70 in Ellsworth County where a vehicle rolled off the road (Ellsworth County is located about 150 miles west of Topeka). Included in the submission were: A) 21 clear capsules that contained white powder (Photo 11), total net mass not recorded; analysis by color tests and GC/MS indicated&#8232;4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C-B). B) 100 tan round tablets with the Rolex "crown" logo (Photo 12), total net mass not recorded; analysis by color tests and GC/MS indicated a (roughly) 3:1 mixture of MDMA and methamphetamine. C) 50 brownish colored, presumed LSD micro-tablets (Photo 13), total net mass not recorded; analysis by TLC and GC/MS confirmed LSD. D) 20 milligrams of white powder in a folded piece of paper; analysis by GC/MS indicated presumed 2,5- dimethoxy-4-ethylthiophenethylamine (2C-T-2) (standard not available). Additional subexhibits included psilocybin mushrooms, marijuana, hashish, diazepam tablets, and alprazolam tablets (total net masses not reported for any of these subexhibits). None of the various subexhibits were quantitated. This was the Laboratory's first ever encounter of 2C-B and 2C-T-2. Amusingly, one the three accident victims later called the Ellsworth County Sheriff's Office inquiring about the lost backpack - he claimed that the cash was his, but not the drugs.