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ADDU raids Bio-Buzz, looking for 'Spice'

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From Bio-buzz.com: Stephen and Siryn Bradford are a husband and wife team in this business From Bio-buzz.com: Stephen and Siryn Bradford are a husband and wife team in this business

Albany Drug Agents raided the Bio Buzz at 612 North Slappey Blvd., looking for Spice, synthetic marijuana Wednesday morning.

ADDU says they've been investigating the business for over a year, and had undercover agents purchase spice from the business, so they went ahead and obtained a search warrant.

Store owner Stephen Bradford and an employee were questioned by officers.

Officers say the building is full of merchandise, and they are methodically searching it, but that it will take quite some time.

Code enforcement will also look at the business, since tanning beds and body piercing is done on premises, and those activities require licenses.

According to their website, 'Bio-Buzz was established in 1991 as a natural resource for the mind, body, and spirit.'

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 "You will find one of the largest selections of unique gifts in our store and on the Internet!"

"Diversity is the mission of Bio-Buzz Botanica. In addition to shopping, we offer a vast array of services, including body piercing, tanning, Reiki, readings, and more. We also offer, on  a regular basis, classes on topics such as spirituality, healing, and Reiki, plus regular drumming and poetry events."

"We also have ordained clergy available to perform weddings and other ceremonies.  Please check our calendar, which will tell you where we are, what's happening, and what we're bringing to the area."


At this time, no arrests have been made. WALB News 10 is on the scene and will keep you updated.

 

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