OIU Agents Urge Permits Holders To Stop Selling Synthetic Drugs

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Published: 07/02/2013

COLUMBUS — Agents with the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Ohio Investigative Unit are warning Ohio’s liquor permit holders that criminal and administrative charges will be filed if they are caught selling or possessing synthetic drugs.

The drugs in question are commonly referred to as bath salts, K-2, spice, synthetic marijuana, hookah cleaner, stain remover and window cleaner. The synthetic drugs are illegal and can be deadly.