2 arrested in St. Paul teen's overdose death

Two men have been jailed in the death of a 14-year-old St. Paul girl after they allegedly took her to a party and supplied her with alcohol and a new drink called "lean," a mixture of codeine and Sprite, the Pioneer Press reports. It's also known as "Sizzurp" or "Purple Drank," and reportedly originated in Houston.
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Two men have been jailed in the death of a 14-year-old St. Paul girl after they allegedly took her to a party and supplied her with alcohol and a new drink called "lean," a mixture of codeine and Sprite, the Pioneer Press reports. It's also known as "Sizzurp" or "Purple Drank," and reportedly originated in Houston.

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