ALMA – A western Wisconsin woman is due back in court on Wednesday, for allegedly running a synthetic marijuana business that netted over a million dollars this year. Buffalo County authorities spent six months investigating 40-year-old Tamara Schrock and 25-year-old Blake Dennis of Alma. They were charged with possessing synthetic marijuana and running a drug trafficking place. Schrock is free on bond, while authorities have yet to find Dennis. Investigators raided a home in Alma on December 21st, after police in Winona, Minnesota were tipped off to a package for Dennis delivered to a UPS facility – and it was later found to have synthetic marijuana.
Officers said nobody was home when the raid began, and they found drugs that were packaged for sale plus a manufacturing operation hidden above the rafters in a garage. An estimated $200,000 worth of synthetic pot was seized that day along with a car and a shotgun. Prosecutors said Schrock returned home while the raid was taking place, and she implicated Dennis. Synthetic marijuana was banned earlier this year in Wisconsin and a number of other states.
via : piercecountyherald.com
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