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Two Fort Myers men were arrested and charged with selling synthetic marijuana at two convenience stores.
Salem Seleiman, 18, was charged with four counts of sale and possession of a synthetic narcotic after Fort Myers police say he sold the banned substance, known as “spice,” to an undercover agent at Sunoco, 2907 Cleveland Ave.
Mohammed Rahman, 47, faces one count of sale and possession of a synthetic narcotic for selling to an agent at the Super Stop Food Store, 3485 Fowler St. Police say Rahman is in the country on an expired work visa, so a hold has been placed pending a federal hearing.
Police said today there is one other suspect from another store, but he has not yet been arrested.
These arrests follow the seizure…
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