A Minnesota man who was charged with a felony for being in possession of a controlled substance was brought back to court on July 15 after he was accused of violating his bail. According to the report, the 53-year-old man was charged after authorities confiscated approximately four pounds of synthetic marijuana, known as "Spice."
The man was originally taken into custody in June. In addition to being accused of being in possession of the controlled substance, investigators claimed that they also were able to confiscate the equipment that was used to produce the synthetic drug, evidence suggesting that he was selling the drug, methamphetamine residue and Adderall pills. He was ultimately charged with fifth-degree felony possession and was released on bail.