FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) –
Two people have been arrested after police say they gave a 17-year-old girl K2 incense and bath salts, then hid her in a closet for about 12 hours.
The police department and the Butler County Undercover Regional Narcotic Unit (BURN) executed a search warrant on Friday at Down on Main on Eureka Drive. Down on Main sells synthetic marijuana, incense, glass pipes, water bongs and previously sold K2 incense and bath salts, which were banned last month.
Fairfield Township police received a series of complaints about the business, including the latest on Thursday, November 10.
At around 10:20 a.m. police say a 17 year-old female was taken to the shop by her boyfriend, Douglas Goins, 19, who is an employee there. Also present was the owner, Richard Adams, 66.
According to the complaint, the juvenile was provided illegal bath salts and K2, became very dizzy, and was pushed into a closet and hidden when her mother arrived at the shop looking for her. Having passed out, the female remained in the closet for approximately 12 hours until a third party came to the shop around 11 p.m. and found her lying in a laundry basket in the closet.