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$15K worth of inventory to be returned to Friendly Market owners

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NORMAN, OK (KSWO)- A former Norman business accused of selling drug paraphernalia will get its merchandise back after a ruling by the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

The Cleveland County District Attorney wanted a district judge to decide if hundreds of glass pipes seized from the Friendly Market in 2015 were illegal.

That's after a jury found the owner not-guilty of drug-related charges earlier this year.

The judge later ordered $15,000 worth of the store's inventory should be returned to the owners. The DA appealed to the state's highest court, which has now unanimously ruled in the former business' favor.

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