On Saturday, Irvine police noticed a man parked by UCI, sleeping in a running car. Cyrus Ravan was woken up and the car was searched. Inside the car was about 200 ecstasy pills and 2.5 gallons of GHB or liquid ecstasy. GHB is also known to be a date rape drug. Ravan was immediately arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell. His Irvine house was then searched and police found another gallon of GHB as well as illegal steroids.
GHB effects include intoxication, happiness, desire to socialize and muscle relaxation. It is scary to think that Ravan had date rape drugs near a university. Hopefully, he was not selling it to students at the campus. Since he was charged with possession with intent to sell, Ravan will need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to help him through the legal process.