NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk police assisted in the arrest Wednesday of a man who is accused of selling synthetic marijuana over the Internet and delivering it by mail, according to police reports.
Coventry police have been investigating the sale of synthetic marijuana via a website and delivered via the mail, police said. The investigation led them to a residence on Robins Square East in Norwalk, which was searched Tuesday evening, police said.
Police gathered enough evidence at the scene to charge Anthony Fusco, 30, of Monroe on Wednesday, police said. Fusco’s family members own the Robins Square East home, according to city property records.
Fusco was charged with two counts of illegal manufacture and distribution of a controlled substance, possession of a hallucinogen, possession of drug paraphernalia and added charges of possession within 1,500 feet of a school. His bond was set at $50,000, and he is due in Norwalk Superior Court on March 14.
“The investigation is continuing and Fusco may face additional charges,” Coventry police said in a press release.
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