Smyrna Beer Board Cracks Down on Store Selling Synthetic Drugs

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Examples of synthetic drugs, like Molly's Plant Food, K-12, bath salts and others.

The Smyrna Beer Board recently handed down a decision that one state lawmaker believes will help begin to make a difference in the battle against synthetic drugs. State Representative Mike Sparks (R-Smyrna) says the board voted to revoke the permit to sell beer at the BP Store on Murfreesboro Road, by Captain D's...


Sparks and Kathy Hines with the Tn Zero Task Force both personally spoke at the meeting, asking for the businesses license to be revoked. The governor signed legislation this year that will not only make it a felony to sell synthetic drugs, like bath salts, K-12 and Molly's Plant Food. The bill also allows authorities, like the beer board, to declare the stores where the drugs are sold as public nuisances.


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