Attorney Brad Koffel appeared on ABC 6 News to answer questions about his client, a man alleged of running an illegal business. Law enforcement arrived at OnCore Wholesale, the business run by the suspect and his wife in Violet Township, after the wife made a phone call to police. Mr. Koffel stated his belief that the police call may have been made out of spite, since the couple had been discussing divorce. When police arrived to the couple’s warehouse, they discovered herbal products not approved by the FDA, concealment containers and more. At the time this story aired, investigators were still waiting on lab results for the “unknown substances” that were taken from the suspect’s warehouse. They had also just obtained a search warrant to look through the suspect’s computer.
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Attorney Brad Koffel continues his discussion on the DNA bill that would allow DNA swabs to be collected from