GEORGETOWN, Del.- Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement agents arrested a Georgetown liquor store manager Wednesday after they seized a quantity of suspected illegal synthetic marijuana, commonly referred to as K2, from the business.
Nehai C. Desai, 38, who manages the One Stop Liquor Mart, was charged with illegal purchase of alcohol, illegal transportation of alcohol, drug activity on a licensed premise and sale of prohibited items in a package store (second offense), said Kimberly Chandler, a Delaware Department of Homeland Security spokesperson.
Chandler said DATE agents conducted an administrative inspection of the liquor store Wednesday and discovered that a large amount of the alcoholic beverages had been illegally purchased and transported.
In addition, Chandler said 129 vials of synthetic cannabinoid, also known as K2, were found behind the store counter.
The One Stop Liquor Mart was cited in December for selling these designer drugs, according to Chandler.
Desai was released after posting $1,000 secured bail. He was also issued a no contact order to remain out of the liquor store.