Police: Synthetic marijuana found at 2 Madison stores
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -
Court documents say Madison police found large amounts of synthetic marijuana when they searched two convenience stores this week.
Police say the searches were part of an investigation into the sale of the drug at stores in the Madison area.
According to a search warrant, an informant purchased synthetic marijuana from clerks at each store on Wednesday.
Authorities say when they searched the businesses, police found hundreds of packages of the drug, with names like Mr. Happy, Magic Buzz, Angry Bird and Scooby Snax.
The Wisconsin State Journal reports the search warrants filed Friday do not mention any arrests related to the seizures. A Madison police spokesman says he did not know of any arrests in the operation.
The general manager of one of the stores declined comment Saturday.