Kiosk owner suspected of selling 'space' drug to minors

July 24, 2011 18:47


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A 22-year-old Hadera resident was taken for questioning by police on Sunday under suspicion of selling a designer drug called "Space" to teenagers out of a local kiosk.

Acting on a tip, police discovered that youths aged 15 and 17 were buying the drug and taking it. Following a search of the Hadera man's kiosk, police located several bags and raw materials used in the drug. Police were expected to seek an order closing the establishment and intended to investigate the kiosk's owners under suspicion of selling drugs, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and obstructing a police investigation.

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