Six gas stations were raided and eight people were arrested in connection with the largest bath salt bust in Indiana's history.
"These arrests are the result of a nine-month long investigation into the sale of those bath salts," said Delaware County Prosecutor Jeffrey Arnold.
"They have been running a lot of dirty activity in there ever since they opened," said Youngblood.
Police have arrested eight people in connection with the bust, and they all face charges ranging from dealing the drug, to money laundering, to racketeering. The investigation focused on the gas stations and their owners, managers and employees selling the stuff.
Michael Hornback woke up to the sound of officers kicking in his front door. They were raiding the apartment of his next door neighbor, Harpreet Singh.
"It was pretty crazy, it happened really fast," said Hornback. "We woke up and there were cops running up the stairs. All we know is we had to get down on the floor and got handcuffed."
Crime scene tape will continue to be a fixture at the six Delaware County gas stations raided in the bath salt bust.
"What remains of the stores at this point, we do not know," said County Hired Attorney Dan Gibson.
County hired attorney Dan Gibson said the county does not want the gas stations to close for good, but he said they do need new ownership. Michelle Youngblood said she looks forward to someone else running her nearby Marathon station.
Youngblood said she was not surprised the gas stations were busted for the drugs.
"None whatsoever,” said Youngblood. “They openly advertised K2, K6, it was all hanging in the window. They advertised it. Everything was hanging in the window, showing what they sold. It was only a matter of time."
Police raid Muncie gas stations in largest bath salts bust in Indiana history