DULUTH – A Duluth man has been charged in the death of his 14-month-old daughter.
DULUTH - The city of Duluth is taking another action against Last Place on Earth.
The city filed the second public nuisance claim Tuesday.
The claim lists that products found in last July's raid, as well as the recent investigation in March, were illegal.
Last Place owner Jim Carlson still maintains his products are legal, but city officials disagree.
"It's just continual big brother harassment," Carlson said. "They obviously got nothing to do in this city but try and run out small independent business people."
"We see what's happened to the people that are using them," Duluth City Attorney Gunnar Johnson said. "They're injecting them, they're smoking them, they're doing all kinds of terrible things that are highly addictive and we're doing what we can to stop this within our community."
Carlson has 30 days to respond to the notice before a possible lawsuit is filed that could close down the store.
However, Carlson says there is nothing he can do because his products are already legal.