Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office raids suspected synthetic drug outlet

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Synthetic marijuana and bath salts taken at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, GBI

PULASKI COUNTY, MO (KPLR) – Late Saturday night the Pulaski County Joint Drug Task Force raided the CB’s Mini-Mart for substances believed to be synthetic drugs know as Bath Salts and K-2. The raid was conducted after several months of a multi-jurisdictional investigation, and several drug overdoses related to synthetic drugs in the Pulaski County area that resulted in deaths.

CB’s Mini-Mart is located on Z Highway near the Highway 28 exit.

During the raid, officers seized over 100, five and ten ounce packages of the synthetic substances while executing a search warrant.

No arrests were made, but criminal charges will be presented to the Pulaski County Prosecutors office in the near future.

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