Police in Jasper say a new designer drug has made its way from China to Dubois County. The white powder contains a hallucinogen known as psilocybin, and occurs naturally in certain kinds of mushrooms. The discovery came March 17th when officers stopped 19 year old Doug Maitlen after allegedly watching him make a drug sale in the parking lot of the Jasper Arbys. It took over a month for lab technicians to positively identify the white powder police say they found on Maitlen. "We knew it was nothing wed ever seen before. He told us it was synthetic mushrooms," said investigating officer Allan Foy. Foy says Maitlen ordered more than $1,000 worth of the drug, which does not have a street name. It came from a internet based supplier in China, and was delivered by an overnight service. Jasper police also believe Maitlen may have sold some of the drug in Evansville. He is facing several charges, including possession and dealing a schedule 1 narcotic.