Watertown -- Another court hearing, the same result in the case of a local head shop accused of selling synthetic drugs, including bath salts.
Representatives from the New York State Attorney General's Office and the owner of Tebb's Head shop were back in State Supreme Court in Watertown for a hearing on whether the shop was selling mislabeled products. A hearing last month was postponed due to the owner, John Tebbetts, not having an attorney. Tebbetts showed up in court without one Thursday, claiming that he had yet to find one he could afford. The hearing was adjourned again until October 16.
The state is seeking a permanent injunction against several Tebb's shops across the state, including in the Northland Plaza in Watertown, preventing them from selling synthetic drugs.