Man Arrested in Synthetic Drug Raid

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Officers confiscated more than 80 pounds of synthetic marijuana and $280,000 in a raid of a Minneapolis tobacco shop and its owner's suburban home reports the Star Tribune.
KSTP reports an undercover police officer purchased the synthetic drug known as "K2" or "420" at least four times from the shop.
Mokrane Rahim, 30, of New Brighton, was charged Monday with fourth-degree sale of a controlled substance to a police officer and may face further charges in connection to the sale reports the Star Tribune.
As of Tuesday evening, the shop was still open reports the Star Tribune.
KSTP reports search warrants were issued for the store and Rahim's New Brighton home where the synthetic marijuana, cash, a Mercedes Benz and jewelry were also confiscated according to KSTP.

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