Each count references a separate drug, which is listed in the release as:
Sloan was also charged with one count of unlawful possession of certain drug precursors and paraphernalia, which in the press release was identified as a plastic jug and some filters.
Sloan was scheduled to make his first appearnce in Jefferson County District Court at 2 p.m.
Sacred Journey store owner Natalie McAnulla has not been charged in connection to the raid, though her shop will no longer be carrying K2, the synthetic marijuana that mimics the effects of real marijuana on the brain.
In the last two weeks, Kansas legislators have approved bills that would criminalize the product. It remains legal for now.
McAnulla's attorney, John Knox, said federal agents seized many of the same things during their investigation of Sloan as they did during their raid on McAnulla, including ethnobotanicals and plants, as well as Sacred Journey's entire supply of the still-legal K2.
"Yesterday we spoke to federal agents and they said they hadn't yet determined if they would be charging (McAnulla)," Knox says.