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Trial delayed for former smoke shop owners

The trial for the operators of a former Columbia smoke shop is delayed.

Both Kevin Bay and John Hawkins are accused of selling over $2 million in synthetic marijuana, known as K2.

Jury selection was supposed to start next month, but that’s been pushed back until October.

Police raided Bay’s home four years ago and found more than $600,000 in cash, 76 guns, and gold and silver bars.

Currently, Bay and Hawkins are free on bond.

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