Published: Jan 07, 2014 11:44 AM EST
Updated: Jan 07, 2014 5:56 PM EST

NAPLES, Fla.- The Naples Police Department arrested three people after a three-month drug investigation involving the possession and sale of synthetic cannabinoids, commonly referred to as "Spice."

Kassem Bannout, 61; Gregory Murphy, 60; and Norma Gable, 43, were arrested yesterday.

The investigation involved two locations within the City of Naples including the Everglades Convenience Store and a residence at 830 Pine Court.

According to Naples Police, undercover officers purchased Spice from Murphy at the Everglades Convenience Store on several occasions. Murphy was employed as a clerk at Everglades Convenience Store.

Murphy and Bannout allegedly conspired to sell the Spice at the convenience store owned and operated by Bannout.

The United States Postal Inspection Service intercepted a package containing synthetic cannabinoids being sent through the United States Postal Service to Bannout at his Pine Court residence. The United States Postal Service, Naples Police Department, and Collier County Sheriff’s Office conducted a controlled delivery of the package, and executed search warrants on the residence which yielded 470 packages of assorted Spice.

Naples Police  also served search warrants at the Everglades Convenience Store where 557 packages of Spice were seized.

Kaseem Bannout was charged with:

• 6 counts of criminal conspiracy

• 6 counts of sale of synthetic cannabinoids within 1000 feet of a public park

• Possession of a synthetic narcotic with Intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver.

• Possession of a synthetic narcotic with Intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver.

• Possession of a controlled Substance (Hydrocodone)

• Possession of marijuana under 20 grams

• Possession of narcotic paraphernalia

• Renting/a place/structure with the knowledge that the place/structure will be used for the sale of controlled substances

Street North, Naples, and Norma Gable, 43, of 830 Pine Court, Naples.

Street North, and a residence at 830 Pine Court.

Street North. 557 packages of synthetic cannabinoids

Gregory Murphy was charged with:

• 6 counts of criminal conspiracy

• 6 counts of synthetic narcotic sale within 1000 feet of a school or park

• 6 counts of synthetic narcotic possession within intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver within 1000 feet of a school or park.

• Possession of a synthetic cannabinoids less than three grams.

• Possession of narcotic paraphernalia

Norma Gable was charged with:

• Possession of a synthetic narcotic over three grams

• Possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamine)

• Possession of narcotic paraphernalia