Prescott Valley Police say they have seen a rise in people becoming sick after vaping over the last several weeks. At least six people were hospitalized after vaping with generic THC vaping cartridges, that gave them a large dose of THC which made them sick. Officials say the danger of non-regulated THC concentrates comes from chemicals used to make them. In most cases they are made from fentanyl or other toxic chemicals. Police remind the public that any THC product that isn’t obtained from an official Arizona Department of Health monitored source could be counterfeit and dangerous to the consumer. If you or your loved ones come into contact with what you suspect is a THC concentrate, contact local law enforcement for proper disposal.