Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has announced a fourth lawsuit against a store for selling “spice” or synthetic marijuana.
Police in Colorado Springs are searching for a business owner wanted for selling synthetic marijuana known as “Spice.”
A new trend is putting children’s health at risk and the DEA is focusing on Denver to bring attention to this dangerous drug combination.
Three men indicted in Denver for allegedly distributing and buying synthetic marijuana will remain in federal custody over the weekend, a magistrate judge ruled Thursday.
The Northern Colorado Drug Task Force says it has arrested the owner, manager and an employee of a Loveland smoke shop for selling synthetic marijuana.
Police in Aurora have arrested two people suspected of distributing large quantities of spice. Investigators also seized an estimated 12,000 packets of the drug.
The owner of a Fountain convenience store has been arrested on suspicion of distributing synthetic marijuana, also 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.