The owner of a Fountain convenience store has been arrested on suspicion of distributing synthetic marijuana, also known as “spice.”
The Colorado Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against a convenience store, accused of selling a synthetic and potentially deadly drug known as “spice.”
Colorado is a major distributor of synthetic marijuana or “Spice,” but a new law could put many sellers out of business.
A federal report was released Thursday on the synthetic drug that likely made more than 200 people sick.
Synthetic marijuana is believed to have sickened 221 people in Colorado during a monthlong outbreak this year, according to a federal report released Thursday.
After recent crackdowns on Spice, a new drug called kratom is filling the void left on store shelves as the next “legal high.”
A tobacco store in Denver remains open despite several police raids and an arrest in the past year for allegedly selling illegal synthetic marijuana.
The owner of a Denver tobacco shop facing charges for allegedly selling spice appeared in court on Monday.
The owner of a Denver tobacco shop is facing charges for allegedly selling spice.
A Longmont tobacco store is being accused of selling illegal synthetic marijuana.