Colorado Springs business owner sought after detectives seize 7 pounds of spice
Colorado Springs police are searching for a smoke shop owner after more than seven pounds of the synthetic drug spice were seized by detectives on Thursday.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Alexander Kim, the 50-year-old owner of Ki Ki Smoke, 1730 Monterey Drive. The police Metro Vice, Narcotics and Intelligence Unit searched Kim's store and a related storage unit Thursday and found 682 packets of Spice that has a street value of more than $65,000, police said. The packets of Spice bore such colorful names as Scooby Snax, Cherry Blast, Atomic and Honeymoon. Each packet was sold for $20 per gram, according to police.