Illegal Drug Sales to Minors at Florida E-Cigarette Store

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Illegal Drug Sales to Minors at Florida E-Cigarette Store
A Florida e-cigarette store owner has been arrested for illegally selling drugs to minors, facing three charges.

According to Actionnewsjax, on October 6, a vape store in Florida, United States, was caught by the police for illegally selling drugs to teenagers. The store owner has been charged with three counts of offenses.


The Unified County Sheriff's Office in Florida has received information that a tobacco shop named "Smoke Paradise" near Butler Lake is illegally selling marijuana and marijuana e-cigarettes. On the morning of the same day, the police conducted a raid. In a statement, the authorities declared that surveillance evidence indicated the presence of illicit drug activity in the store, including the illegal sale of e-cigarettes containing marijuana and marijuana oil.


Jay Rami, a store owner who was arrested by law enforcement authorities, is only 19 years old. He has admitted to selling drugs to multiple underage individuals. Currently, Rami faces three charges, including one count of felony marijuana trafficking, one count of felony marijuana distribution, and one count of felony synthetic marijuana distribution.


Brad Whitehead, the sheriff of this county, expressed strong opposition to the act of selling illegal drugs to our children in Union County.


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