Calls to the stores went to full voice mailboxes Wednesday. The defendants either had no individual telephone listings or had disconnected numbers, so it was not immediately clear whether they have attorneys.
Court records also show prosecutors are moving to seize property belonging to the defendants, including vehicles, real estate and $750,000 in cash. It's also seeking an order for a judgment of $2.5 million.
The indictment says the drugs sold in each transaction contained a variety of controlled substances that are not intended for human consumption.
It says the products sold were marketed under the names Ivory Wave, Ivory Wave Ultra, Red Dove, Ocean Snow, Recharge Extra and Sextacy.
The Clarksburg store made news last fall when the stepfather of a missing 3-year-old girl testified in court that he'd bought bath salts there on multiple occasions.
Ralph Lunsford was appearing before a judge in the welfare fraud case against his wife, Lena Lunsford, who is awaiting sentencing.
Lena's 3-year-old daughter Aliayah vanished from the family's rented Lewis County home on Sept. 24 and hasn't been seen since. Authorities have made no arrests and named no suspects. Nor will they say whether they believe she's still alive.