Police Confiscate Products Containing Synthetic Cannabinoids From Littleton Store

By Joe Gullo

Published 03/04 2014 02:52PM

Updated 03/04 2014 02:59PM

Credit: Littleton Police Department
LITTLETON, N.H. - Law enforcement officials from the Littleton Police Department and DEA confiscated products containing synthetic cannabinoids from a local business. 

Littleton Police say they have noticed recent criminal activity linked to the use of synthetic cannabinoids. The local business owner was not aware of the recent change in the law and cooperated with law enforcement in removing the products. 

The products were valued at approximately $1,850 from the store. 

Synthetic cannabinoids are commonly known as Spice, K-2, and Potpourri and are commonly sold under product names like "Joker", "Dead Man Walking", and "Mad Monkey".

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