— Search warrants say drug agents seized about 3,000
packets of synthetic marijuana from two Madison gas
station owner says he didn't know he was selling
reports court documents say clerks at Capitol Petro and
CP Mart Mobil sold police informants $25 hits of
synthetic marijuana called "Scooby Snax" and
"Angry Birds." Capitol Petro's owner Farooq
Shahzad says he didn't realize he was selling synthetic
marijuana because it came from a Chicago vendor from
whom he purchased other products.
Wisconsin State Journal reports Madison police seized
nearly 40 pounds of synthetic marijuana with an
estimated street value of just over $100,000.
S. Food and Drug Administration says synthetic marijuana
is dangerous because its high THC levels can lead to
seizures, heart attacks, strokes and even death.