Man Convicted Of Selling Synthetic Marijuana In Virginia Beach

According to HamptonRoads.com, a 33 year-old named Robert Charles Beatty, was arrested in August when he was found with 136 pounds of synthetic marijuana.

Police raided his home and found 62 kilos of Spice in packages named “G-13”, “Mr. Happy”, “California Dreams” and “Hypnotic”.

Beatty admitted to police that he had been selling the synthetic marijuana along with prescription pills after his arrest.

Virginia Beach Commonwealth’s Attorney Office spokeswoman, Macie Pridgen, said that due to the large quantity of fake cannabis seized, the case was in federal court.

On Wednesday, Beatty pleaded guilty to a charge of “maintaining a drug involved premise”.

He should be sentenced on September 6th.

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