Manchester, Conn. — State police say arrests are pending after they seized more than half a million dollars in synthetic marijuana from a Manchester storage facility Friday.
Connecticut state police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance did not list the address of the facility, but said the state police's Narcotics Task Force had been investigating drug activity in the area for a while. Troopers and detectives executed a search-and-seizure warrant at the warehouse at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Inside, Vance said, they found 30,500 bags of synthetic marijuana, with a street value of $610,000.
No arrests were made Friday in connection with the massive drug seizure, but Vance said the investigation is ongoing and he expects arrests to follow.
By Alison Shea
The Bulletin | 01, 2013
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