STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., (WXYZ) - A family of six has been charged with with a host of felonies for an alleged drug ring they were running out of two Shelby Township businesses.
Faize Dabish, 63; sons David Dabish, 39, Derick Dabish, 31, Dabish Dabish, 35 and grandsons Audrick Dabish, 18 and Dedrick Dabish, 17 are charged with multiple felonies for allegedly possessing and selling K2, cocaine, ecstasy, hydrocodone and marijuana.
Police and prosecutors allege the drug enterprise operated from the family's Citgo gas station and their nearby Woodstock Smoke Shop. Both businesses are on Van Dyke and 23 Mile Road.
The charges come after a month-long investigation by Shelby Police and the DEA. Officers recovered hundreds of package containing suspected illegal controlled substances.
“We won’t tolerate K2 within our county’s borders,” said Prosecutor Eric Smith. “We will take down anyone who attempts to distribute this insidious drug."
The defendants are set to be arraigned in 41-A District Court in Shelby Township.
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