NORFOLK -- Four businesses are back in the military's good graces while two others are on the "off limits" list.
Military personnel in Hampton Roads are to avoid patronizing Hampton Pipe and Tobacco in Hayes and Lazy Days in Norfolk, the Joint Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board for Southeastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina announced Wednesday.
"They were placed on the off limits list for the illegal sale of synthetic cannabinoids or Spice at their establishments," Heather Welch. spokesperson for Commander, Naval Region Mid-Atlantic told WVEC.com.
The off-limits order applies to all military personnel - active duty and reserves.
The four that were removed from the list on Monday, Nov. 5 are: Somewhere in Time, 92 W. Mercury Blvd., Hampton; Buck's Brand, 16906 Warwick Blvd., Newport News; Vegas, 14859 Warwick Blvd., Newport News; and Auto Express II, 5029 East Princess Anne Road, Norfolk.
The Board is an investigative committee composed of members from each military service and civilian advisers, who work with local law enforcement agencies and local businesses to identify conditions which may adversely affect the health, safety, welfare, and discipline of the Armed Forces.