Synthetic marijuana suspected at Naples store
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. - Detectives find an East Naples store that appears to be selling synthetic marijuana.
The Collier County Sheriff's office says Friday afternoon undercover detectives bought packages of synthetic marijuana, also known as 'spice.'
Law enforcement got 183 individual packages of the substance from Rosie's Food Mart at 6006 Radio Road.
The seller, 29-year-old Halil Ibrahim Gungor was issued a violation notice along with the owner, 31-year-old Abdurrahim Ozturk.
It is illegal to posess or sell synthetic marijuana.
No arrests were made, however charges are pending in this case related to the continued criminal investigation.