2/6/2013 10:08 PM
by Courtney Rosemond
BLUEFIELD- A lengthy investigation into synthetic marijuana puts a woman behind bars.
Jennifer Ann Sullivan turned herself in police on Wednesday for her part in the possession and distribution of over 35,000 dollars worth of synthetic marijuana. Sullivan was a clerk at the SwiftMart in Bluefield Virginia. This case began in July 2012 when agents recovered over $35,000 inside the house of Sullivan. The items Agents are following up on other leads, the Task Force believes there are a number of individuals involved in this ring and hope to bring the remainder of those involved to justice. Sullivan was charged with possession with intent to distribute the synthetic marijuana and released on a $2,500 unsecured bond.