Two Men Busted for Spice in Mobile

Two Men Busted for Spice in Mobile

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Mobile Police have arrested two men accused of possessing synthetic marijuana, or "Spice," on the Gulf Coast.
  
Harb Ahmad Jarad, 44, was taken into custody by the Mobile County Street Enforcement Narcotics Team (MCSENT) on Tuesday. Jarad has been linked to Tamer Foqahaa, who was arrested earlier this month for possessing 430 pounds of Spirce worth $1.3 million.
  
Mobile Police also arrested 23 year-old Kerry Robbins during a traffic stop at McArthur Avenue and Jessie Street. Police say Robbins was carrying a significant amount of Spice, a loaded pistol and marijuana. 
 
Robbins arrest led to the search of his residence on La Pine Drive where police found more than 500 grams of Spice and some marijuana. 
 
Robbins is charged with Trafficking a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana Second Degree and No Pistol Permit.
 
Police encourage anyone with information about the use or sale of Spice is asked to call Mobile Police Intel at (251) 208-7000 or text to CRIMES (274637) and include the keyword CRIME 411. 
 
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