Authorities: 6 family members charged for distributing synthetic drugs in southeast Mich.
Faize Adel Dabish, sons, grandsons charged for drug case linked to Woodstock Smoke Shop, gas station in Shelby Township
Authorities are charging six family members with distributing so-called synthetic marijuana and other illegal drugs at two southeast Michigan businesses.
The Macomb County prosecutor's office on Friday announced charges against 63-year-old Faize Dabish of Oakland County's West Bloomfield Township, three sons and two grandsons.
~David Adel Dabish and Dedrick David Dabish arrersted on charges of distributing synthetic marijuana.~
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Authorities say they used a Shelby Township gas station and a store in the drug enterprise.
A message seeking comment on their behalf was left Friday morning by The Associated Press at Woodstock Smoke Shop, one of the businesses involved.
~Audrick David Dabish and Dabish Jeffery-Adel Dabish arrersted on charges of distributing synthetic marijuana.~
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The six are expected to appear in District Court in Shelby Township.
Authorities say the investigation turned up K2, cocaine, ecstasy, hydrocodone and marijuana.
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