The tests are in and it turns out the owners of the Pumpkin Center Store were selling illegal Spice after all. Apparently, a lot of it.
Tests confirmed that the samples taken on July 5 were in fact synthetic marijuana.
According to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office, Young Ju Kim and Hyun Su Kim were charged with unlawful manufacturing, delivering, possession or sale of a non-controlled substance.
Not only did Columbia County Narcotics investigators find 292 packets of Spice at the store, Kim told investigators she had more at her Evans home. Turns out she wasn’t kidding. There, investigators found another 853 packets of the stuff, considered a Schedule I drug.
The Pumpkin Center Store certainly isn’t the first Columbia County convenience store to be busted with the drug, but it is the only one that happens to have twice — twice — managed to get gasoline in their kerosene tank.
It happened in February 2010 and then again during the middle of last month.
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