Smyrna police said that a local tobacco and beer store is accused of selling illegal synthetic drugs.
Police told Nashville's News 2 officers found several packages of what appeared to be synthetic drugs at the A&M Tobacco and Beer Store located at 407 Smyrna Square Drive.
Officers seized 32 packages of 7H Hydro, 24 packages of Stars 7, six packages of 25K, one package of Zaney Bar and eight packages of an unknown substance believed to be other types of synthetic drugs.
The unknown packages are undergoing lab results.
Authorities said once lab results are returned, all evidence will be presented to the Rutherford County Grand Jury who will determine if any or what charges will be filed.
Last September, law enforcement officials in Rutherford County began cracking down on the sale of the drug out of local convenience stores.
- Nov. 29, 2011: County officials work to create stricter synthetic drug laws
- Nov. 15, 2011: Police: Teens high on synthetic drugs involved in crash
- Sept. 7, 2011: TBI raid targets stores selling synthetic drugs