A couple from Rogersville is indicted by a federal grand jury for selling 1-million dollars worth of synthetic marijuana, also known as K2.
Seventy-nine-year-old Doy Case and his wife 67-year-old Tressie Case are charged in a nine-count indictment and remain in federal custody pending a detention hearing this afternoon.
The Cases own a business in Rogersville called Magic Dragon. According to court documents, the couple received delivery of more than 100-thousand grams of K2 over a two-year period.
They allegedly charged an average price of 10-dollars per gram, grossing approximately 1-million dollars in sales. They allegedly deposited more than 670-thousand dollars into bank accounts they controlled.
Court documents allege the Cases advertised their products to minor children and on several occasions, allegedly placed advertisements in high school yearbooks and with student organizations.