WARSAW, Ind. (21Alive) -- Three men were arrested after Warsaw police served multiple warrants at a gas station for the sale and possession of synthetic drugs.
Warsaw police served served several arrest warrants following a four-month investigation involving the possession and selling of synthetic drugs out of the Phillips 66 Convenience and Fuel station on E. Center St.
Following undercover purchases and testing of the substances being sold, arrest warrants were issued and served on the owner/manager and his sons, who are clerks at the business, according to police.
Jaswant Singh, 55, is charged with Corrupt Business Influence, a class C felony and dealing in Salvia or Synthetic Cannabinoids, a class D felony. His bond is set at $5,000 surety only.
Simranjit Singh, 23, and Belwinder Signh, 20 weer both charged with possession of a Synthetic Drug, a class A misdemeanor. Each of their bonds is set at $10,000 surety only.
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