Court Date For Men Charged With Selling K2-Spice In Oakland County

PONTIAC (WWJ) –An arraignment Friday for several men charged with selling the synthetic drug K2/Spice at party stores in Oakland County.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Department reports that three Oakland County businesses were discovered to have been selling K2/Spice.

Scott Michael Petrus was arraigned in 51st District Court, while Matthew Allos, Amgad Allos and Thayer Hermiz Konja were arraigned at the 50th District Court on charges of selling the illegal synthetic drug.

k2 pledge decal3 Court Date For Men Charged With Selling K2 Spice In Oakland County

K2 pledge decal. (O.C. Sheriff’s Office)

The sheriff’s department noted that  two of the three businesses involved in the bust; Quick Corner Party Store and In-and-Out Party Store, both in Pontiac, signed the pledge and the In-and-Out Party Store posted the decal pledging not to sell these synthetic designer drugs.

The third store, Tobacco Village, located in Waterford, had not signed the pledge.

Personal bonds were set and all will have their next court appearance on August 2.

On July 1, a  Michigan law went into effect making the sale and use of these harmful synthetic drugs illegal.

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