A legal pot shop in Florida has shut down.
The store is located at 3201 N. Monroe Ave., in Miami Gardens.
The Miami Herald reported that the shop was operating illegally and the owners are now facing federal and state charges.
The owners have been charged with conspiring to violate federal drug laws, according to the Herald.
The charges come after the owners of two other shops in Miami-Dade County began operating with a legal marijuana business in December.
One of those businesses closed last week.
The Herald reported:The owners of the Miami-area legal pot stores were arrested on federal charges Wednesday, a day after the first of the stores closed.
A person who answered the phone at the owners’ Miami-based firm, Marijuana Legalization Enterprises, declined to comment on the charges.
The owner’s son, Robert H. Kaczorowski, told the Herald that the business was closed to the public for “a short period of time.”
The Herald said the owners were charged with “conspiring to violate the Controlled Substances Act, which makes it illegal for any person to possess or manufacture marijuana, cocaine or a combination of these drugs.”
The owner of the shop, Robert Kaczelowski, is charged with two counts of conspiring to commit an offense against the Controlled Substance Act.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement declined to provide details about the charges against Kaczlowski.
Kaczelowser and two other Miami-licensed marijuana stores were raided in December by the Drug Enforcement Administration and other law enforcement officials.
A DEA official told ABC News in January that the raids resulted in the seizure of more than 100,000 pounds of marijuana and more than $100 million in cash.