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Crime Mother arrested, charged in connection with Kenosha County vaping

22:20  01 october  2019
22:20  01 october  2019 Source:   wisn.com

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11, Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth talks about the THC-infused vaping cartridges that were part of a large-scale marijuana operation allegedly run by Tyler and Jacob She was booked into Kenosha County Jail at 3:30 p.m Monday, according to jail records. Recommended charges against Huffhines

KENOSHA COUNTY — Three more people are now facing charges in connection to the multi-million dollar This is the sixth, seventh, and eighth arrests in connection with the drug operation. Their mother , Courtney Huffhines, was also arrested in September for maintaining a drug trafficking place

The mother of two men accused of running a weed vape ring in Kenosha County was arrested Monday afternoon and faces multiple charges.

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According to online record Courtney Huffhines, 43, has been charged with maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession with intent to deliver and misappropriation of personal identifying materials

Police arrested Tyler Huffhines, 20, and his brother Jacob Huffhines, 23, both of Salem, after a massive raid conducted earlier this month.

Prosecutors charged the brothers with injecting THC into tens of thousands of vape cartridges and selling them on the street.

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KENOSHA COUNTY — Another person has been arrested in connection with the multi-million dollar THC vaping operation This is the fifth arrest in connection with the drug operation. Tyler and Jacob Huffhines were Their mother , Courtney Huffhines, was also arrested in September for maintaining a drug Curty was taken to the Kenosha County Jail on charges of manufacture/deliver THC >10000

Courtney Huffhines, mother of Tyler and Jacob, has been arrested for maintaining a drug trafficking place and taken to the Kenosha County Jail. Tyler and Jacob Huffhines were charged after maintaining a THC vaping operation in which Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth called the "largest

Police said they recovered close to $60,000 in cash in the family home, along with guns and drugs.

Last week, the sheriff told WISN 12 News that more people could be charged in the coming weeks.

Courtney Huffhines is being held in the Kenosha County Jail and could appear in court Tuesday afternoon.

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