- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt says authorities have dismantled a criminal operation involving three metro stores for allegedly selling and distributing synthetic marijuana, known as K2 or Spice.

Pruitt’s office announced the bust-up Tuesday, saying 18 arrest and search warrants had been executed across four Oklahoma counties that netted six arrests.

Authorities say the investigation of the three Mr. Coolz stores followed complaints from citizens about the danger of the narcotics allegedly sold at the stores.

Pruitt’s office says the stores are being targeted for the alleged retail distribution of drug paraphernalia and the synthetic marijuana.


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