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March 14, 2012

Police, drug agents searching convenience store

Synthetic narcotic sales suspected

CHICKASHA — Chickasha police, working with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and District 6 Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant Wednesday afternoon at the Coastal convenience store, 828 Grand Ave.

Law enforcement officers were looking for synthetic narcotics such as incense and K-2 Spice.

A state law that went into effect in November 2011 makes it a crime to sell synthetic narcotics.

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