In wake of synthetic marijuana raid, feds sue to seize Keene business and assets

DEA agents took a U-Haul truck full of merchandise from Keene business Phat Stuff earlier this year in a nation-wide "crack down" on the sale of "synthetic drugs." (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)

Attorneys filed a civil forfeiture lawsuit in U.S. District Court in July so the federal government could permanently keep assorted pipes, grinders, rolling paper, glassware, scales, and vaporizers taken from Phat Stuff in that raid, court documents show.


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