Two men accused of selling synthetic marijuana in Schenectady

August 21, 2018 09:38 AM

Two men are accused of selling synthetic marijuana out of the Stockade Market and Deli in Schenectady.

The US Attorney’s Office announced Monday the arrest of 41-year-old Rayen Hussein of Glenville and Abdul-Qadoo Alamari of Schenectady.

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Federal agents say they seized about a kilogram of spice and K2 packaged for sale in small plastic bags.


Alyssa Plock

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