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Two accused of selling synthetic marijuana from convenience store

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Aiali Rehan, 42 (Source: Texarkana, Arkansas Police Department) Aiali Rehan, 42 (Source: Texarkana, Arkansas Police Department)
Abdel Salameh, 47 (Source: Texarkana, Arkansas Police Department) Abdel Salameh, 47 (Source: Texarkana, Arkansas Police Department)
TEXARKANA, AR (KSLA) -

Two people were arrested for allegedly selling synthetic marijuana and untaxed tobacco products in an Arkansas convenience store.

The Bi-State Narcotics Taskforce says 47-year-old Abdel Salameh and 42-year-old Aiali Rehan were arrested Monday after an investigation by the Miller County Sheriff's Department into several complaints about synthetic marijuana being sold at Sam's Food Mart in the 5800 block of Dooley Ferry Road in Texarkana.

Taskforce agents found a small amount of K-2 synthetic marijuana and about 320 packages of untaxed tobacco products totaling $600. Both Salameh and Rehan were charged with felony possession of untaxed tobacco products and misdemeanor possession of synthetic marijuana.

Anyone with information is strongly encouraged to call the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department at 903-798-3154 or Texarkana area CrimeStoppers at 903-793-STOP.

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