28 indicted in St. Louis synthetic drug bust

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) - A massive synthetic drug take down that includes a reported dealer first exposed by FOX 2.  We were the first expose synthetic cocaine hidden packaging label this bath salts nearly 4 years ago.  Now, one of those sellers is under indictment.

Pam Tabatt is the woman behind the St. Louis County store called Nights of Rave Smoke Sensations and the St. Charles County 94 Bait & Tackle Smokeshop. She defended her sales of synthetic drug products for years.  Meanwhile, users were reporting some products were stronger than cocaine. Tabatt faces six counts in the drug trafficking conspiracy. Representatives from local law-enforcement, DEA, Homeland Security and the IRS held a news conference regarding the indictment of 28 people involved.

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