Tulsa Man Charged With Selling Synthetic Urine At Bartlesville Store
BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma - Washington County prosecutors charged a Tulsa man with three counts of unlawful possession of urine to defeat drug screening.
Abrar Yousaf, 31, appeared in court Friday on a $2,000 bond.
According to an affidavit filed in the case, Washington County deputies searched the Nirvana Smokes shop in Bartlesville May 19, 2104 and seized merchandise they say can be used to make synthetic urine and mimic urination.
The seized items included 11 boxes containing "The Whizzinator Touch" device used to "fool anyone into thinking that you are actually peeing," according to the affidavit. Deputies also seized nine boxes of Alternate Lifestyles brand "The Wizzard" labeled as containing synthetic urine and seven boxes of "Quick Fix" brand synthetic urine made by Spectrum Labs.
The sheriff's office stated the items could be used to "defraud or cause deceitful results in urine, drug, or alcohol screening tests."
Court records show Yousaf has a court appearance set for July 9, 2014.