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owner of a smoke shop in Tiffin was arrested Thursday on charges of selling
synthetic marijuana out of his store.
marijuana has been banned in Ohio for years, but law enforcement agencies are
still finding it being sold in stores under the counter, which is why the
Seneca County Drug Task Force raided the smoke shop earlier this year.
Stagnolia was indicted on five felony charges.
abuse of this K-2, or spice incense, is not only a problem for the City of
Tiffin, but it is throughout Seneca County, and it's also throughout the entire
state," said Det. Charles Boyer of the Drug Task Force.
says cooperating between the task force and the Attorney General's office have
allowed them to stay on top of the K-2 problem in the county.
the Task Force, we wouldn't have the means, nor the resources, to be able to
work with other state law enforcement agencies to be able to pursue these types
of investigations," he said.
was charged with possession of untaxed tobacco products and failure to file a withholding
return. His shop remains open.