LATROBE, Pa. - State police said they took 150 grams of synthetic marijuana, also known as K2, from a gas station in Latrobe.
Investigators said the synthetic marijuana was hidden behind the counter at the Choice gas station. Police said people were able to go into the store and ask to purchase it for $25 or $50 depending on the amount.
Police said the drug is incredibly dangerous and is usually used by children. Authorities said the illegal drugs were sold at the counter for months.
State troopers said they also found thousands of dollars in cash and drug paraphernalia.
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