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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
  • 10 at ND skateboard shop face drug charges

  • Law enforcement officers began investigating substances being sold at Discontent in January, after seizing a package of synthetic marijuana from a man who claimed he had purchased it store.
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  • Authorities say the owner, manager and eight employees of a downtown Bismarck skateboard shop have been charged with selling illegal synthetic drugs.
    The Bismarck Tribune (http://bit.ly/WKMFZz ) reports that law enforcement officers began investigating substances being sold at Discontent in January, after seizing a package of synthetic marijuana from a man who claimed he had purchased it store.
    A company spokesman referred all questions to the Vogel Law Firm. Attorney James Cailao confirmed that the law firm "is involved in the matter" but declined further comment.
    The 10 people associated with Discontent are charged with offenses under the law prior to new rules enacted by the Board of Pharmacy earlier this month.

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