Fort Wayne Convenience Store Gets Liquor License Yanked

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): A Fort Wayne convenience store has lost its liquor license after it sold synthetic drugs.

Coliseum Petroleum, a BP Station on East Coliseum, will no longer be allowed to sell beer or wine, according to the Journal-Gazette. 

The Indiana's Alcohol and Tobacco commission yanked the license after the store sold synthetic marijuana in plastic eggs labeled Rotten Egg Car Freshener. The manager of the store pleaded guilty to dealing the look-a-like drug.  Authorities remind you, if you know of stores dealing synthetic drugs, report them to the Indiana Excise Police.