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Father, Son Indicted on Charges of Selling Synthetic Marijuana

A father and son who owned an Abilene smoke shop, and were accused of selling illegal substances, have been indicted by a Taylor County grand jury.
A father and son who owned an Abilene smoke shop, and were accused of selling illegal substances, have been indicted by a Taylor County grand jury.

Charles Barron Ridenour and his son, Charles Christopher Ridenour, were charged with possession of a chemical found in synthetic marijuana back in June, when an undercover officer went into their store near the intersection of Mockingbird and North 12.

The officer offered to buy the substance, but was told by one of the Ridenours that it was not for sale, but the officer could donate $50 for each packet of the substance.

The Ridenour's store, Cottonmouths, has since closed.
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