$610K Worth Of Synthetic Pot Seized In Connecticut

Connecticut Police Seize $600K worth of Synthetic Marijuana
Connecticut Police Seize $600K worth of Synthetic Marijuana
Connecticut State Police

The State Police Department in Connecticut seized over 30,500 bags of synthetic pot on Friday and around 6:30pm.

While executing a search warrant on a storage facility in Manchester, the police found the packages commonly referred to as K2 or Spice. With a street value of over $610,000, this is a very large bust.

While no arrests have been made at this time, there could be some in the future according to Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance.

Synthetic Pot is a huge problem in the United States and many other countries including Australia. With teens and young adults being the most common users of the drug.

Made from synthetic cannabinoids, which are diluted in chemicals (usually acetone) and sprayed onto plant material, Spice is smoked by the user to get high.


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