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The owners of a Chico smoke shop are facing serious drug charges tonight. Three men are in custody, accused of knowingly selling equipment to make butane honey oil.
Another man who says he is also an owner of that business got into a verbal confrontation with an action news now photographer today.
The Dungeon has been raided by local drug agents.
Three men were arrested in that raid yesterday, accused of knowingly selling equipment used to manufacture butane honey oil.
The men are 43-year-old Nizar Saeidah, 34-year-old Mahmoud Saeidah, and 21-year-old Ehad Saeidah.
When we came down to the business earlier today to get video in the front of the store, a man claiming to be a relative of the three men in custody, and also calling himself one of the owners of The Dungeon got into a verbal confrontation with our photographer...
He didn't want us taking video of the store.
“What the **bleep** you doing? My father and my uncle and my older brother they're in jail, and you over here reporting this **bleep**, every single **bleep**-ing smoke shop sells extraction tubes and butane. You'd better tell your damn boss he'd better not send anybody down here anymore I swear to god I’ll go over there and we going to fight, me and your boss, straight up. Just like I told you, I don't give a **bleep** about the rules of America, ****bleep** ** America.”
Obviously, emotions are running high after the raid.
It should be noted that the sidewalk is a public place and we're protected by the first amendment to be there.
The three men in custody face charges of violations of health and safety code, sales of laboratory equipment for the purpose of unlawful manufacture of controlled substances and maintaining a place for sales.
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