Some Edgerton residents expressed concern Tuesday to Edgerton Village Council about a new business in town.
That business, according to The Bryan Times, is Bizarro… a place that sells potpourri, a synthetic version of marijuana. Even though village leaders aren’t thrilled with the new shop, they say that what is being sold there technically isn’t illegal.
Nevertheless, village officials told those concerned that the Edgerton Police Department, the village itself, and other agencies have already been involved, and the business has already been served an eviction notice.
The synthetic drugs being sold at Bizarro are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration and are made from chemicals and compounds not meant for human consumption, which can have serious health consequences, according to town officials, who say they are doing their best to get it out of Edgerton.
They say when the building was first rented, the prospective tenants misrepresented the business as a T-Shirt shop.