WARSAW, Ind. (WANE) An investigation that lasted several months has led to the arrest of three men who allegedly were selling look-alike drugs from a Kosciusko County convenience store.
According to a news release issued by the Warsaw Police Department, police and the Kosciusko County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office received complaints of the merchandise being sold at Katie’s Kwik Mart located at 101 S. Main Street in Leesburg.
A tip during a recent drug arrest led police to purchase a item called iBLOWN from the store.
The substance tested positive for being an illegal synthetic drug.
Police got a search warrant and recovered 278 packets of the merchandise. They also confiscated the store’s surveillance equipment for examination.
On Thursday, February 13, Warsaw police arrested Baljinder Singh, 23, and Pinka Singh, 29, both of 205 W. Plum Street, Leesburg for dealing in a look-alike substance and corrupt business influence, both class C felonies. Both men were clerks at Katie’s Kwik Mart and both men were held on $2,000 bond.
Warsaw Police also arrested the owner of the convenience store, Surjit Singh, 39, of Elkhart, on Friday, February 14. He was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail for dealing in a look-a-like substance and corrupt business influence and was held at the Kosciusko County Jail on a $50,000 bond. All three men are not related.