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Over a dozen officers stormed the shop -- going through files and boxing up items. One person was arrested. The shop's owner says he's not selling any substances officially listed as banned in the state -- but acknowledged he operates in a gray area.
The owner of The Last Place on Earth in Duluth sued the federal government this week stemming from a raid by the Drug Enforcement Agency in July, Agents reportedly seized a large amount of the store's inventory, including two vehicles and $3 million in cash.
Duluth police say their raid at The Last Place on Earth netted 20,000 packs of what they suspect is synthetic marijuana. Meanwhile, authorities were also seizing $2.8 million from the bank accounts of the shop's owner, Jim Carlson. The raid was part of a national crackdown on suspected sellers of synthetic drugs.
La Crosse police are looking for a suspect or suspects responsible for a double homicide at a downtown photo shop Saturday. Owner of May's Photo, 56-year-old Paul Petras, and his 19-year-old son, A.J., were found shot to death at the store. Authorities are looking for anyone that saw anything unusual in the area as no arrests have been made.
Officers charged in guns drawn and rounded up customers at The Last Place on Earth shop. It was part of a nationwide federal crackdown Wednesday on dealers who peddle what health experts consider the latest illegal drug epidemic: man-made chemicals designed to mimic marijuana, ecstasy and other illegal drugs.
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