Buderim man in court over synthetic marijuana

Example of synthetic drugs on the market.
Example of synthetic drugs on the market. Contributed

A BUDERIM man will appear before a court in Brisbane next month for his alleged involvement in synthetic marijuana sales at adult shops.

Mark Anthony Clive Bryant faced Brisbane Magistrate's Court on Tuesday when his case was adjourned until next month.

He is charged with trafficking dangerous drugs, unauthorised supply of a controlled drug, forgery and other drug offences.

His arrest earlier this month was part of a police crackdown of alleged synthetic marijuana sales in adult retail stores throughout Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay Burnett regions in 2014 and 2015.

Bryant will appear before Brisbane Magistrates Court on July 20.

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