TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW)--Dickinson County Law enforcement officials closed a convenience store this week, as they investigated possible illegal potpourri sales.
The Dickinson County Sheriff's Department and Abilene Police Department closed Snacks Convenience Store on Friday.
The drug enforcement unit arrested Adil Aslam for selling synthetic cannabinoids known as potpourri.
Officials say Aslam sold the synthetic drug to an undercover officer.
They say a search warrant of the Abilene store provided agents with 25 bags of the substance along with other drug paraphernalia.
Aslam - the store's owner and manager - is awaiting his first court appearance.
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