Police raid Duluth head shop for synthetic designer drugs
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Police have raided a Duluth head shop that has openly sold synthetic marijuana, "bath salts" and other designer drugs, and a clerk says officers have arrested the son of the owner.
Lava Haugen is a clerk at The Last Place on Earth and the girlfriend of its owner, Jim Carlson. She says an officer came in Wednesday and bought a bag of "herbal incense." She says police then arrested his son, took him to jail, and produced a warrant.
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