Sellers of synthetic marijuana, also known as “K-2” and “Spice” are the target of Central Florida law enforcement agencies. Currently, these products are being legally sold in some Florida convenience stores and gas stations as incense. The Polk County sheriff’s department and Haines City police department are soon expected to outline details of a criminal enforcement operation targeting the establishments selling these products. Also known as “legal weed”, some of these products are sprayed with a chemical that simulates the active ingredient in marijuana. K-2 and Spice have gained popularity among both teens and adults as a legal substitute for pot.
TILDEN LAW represents clients in Central Florida accused of criminal Drug charges. If you are facing a Orlando, Orange County or Seminole County Drug charge, call our office for a free case evaluation, 407 599-1234.