A Warsaw man was charged Thursday with selling synthetic drugs at a gas station he owns, Warsaw police said today.
Jaswant Singh, 55, was charged with corrupt business influence and dealing in salvia or synthetic cannabinoids. His bond was set at $5,000.
Two clerks at the business were charged with possession of a synthetic drug, a misdemeanor. The Journal Gazette does not usually name those charged only with misdemeanors.
Police said they served arrest warrants following a four-month investigation involving the Phillips 66 Convenience and Fuel station, 2518 E. Center St.
Undercover purchases were made and substances tested before the warrants were issued and served, the statement said.
It said police were assisted by the Kosciusko County prosecutor's office.