Store owner arrested for selling synthetic urine kits

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
(Cook County Sheriff's Department)
Cook County Sheriff's Department-WLS

CRESTWOOD, Ill. (WLS) -- A Crestwood store owner was arrested for selling synthetic urine kits, the Cook County Sheriff's Office says.

The Sheriff's Office says undercover officers found synthetic urine kits in the store and the owner, Taher Yousef, 56, was arrested after selling a kit to one of the officers.

Yousef is charged with manufacture/sell/give a synthetic or human substance with the intent of using the product to defraud a drug or alcohol screening test, a felony. He will appear at a bond hearing Tuesday.