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Man arrested for selling marijuana from Avenue Liquors in Redwood City
September 06, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Balwinder Singh

The owner of Avenue Liquors in Redwood City was arrested Aug. 28 for selling marijuana over the counter to an undercover officer, according to the San Mateo County Narcotics Task Force.

Members of the task force, along with the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control, conducted an investigation into illegal sales of marijuana at the store at 2147 Roosevelt Ave. The task force was able to purchase marijuana from Balwinder Singh, 25, of Mountain View, while undercover and issued a search warrant. The search revealed approximately 150 individually packaged grams of marijuana along with a scale and packaging, according to the task force.

Singh was taken into custody without incident. The store is in a strip mall next to a children’s learning center, gymnastics facility and dance studio, according to the task force.

Singh is out on $80,000 bail, according to the task force.

 

 

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