UPDATE: Charges Dropped Against Tobacco Store Owner Charged with Selling Designer Drugs

Jan 25, 2013 -- 7:17am

An update to a story we told you about last year.

50-year-old Farzad Rostami of Wilmington was arrested September 19 for selling the designer drug K-2 at the Tobacco Express on Naamans Road in Claymont; his arrest was the result of an undercover investigation and a raid on September 13 that seized 133 packages of K-2, which is a synthetic marijuana.

Now, Rostami tells WGMD, that prosecutors have dropped the charges against him.

The state’s deputy attorney general says the seized substance was deemed legal after testing by the State Medical Examiner’s Office and that’s why the charges were dropped.  


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