Long lines on first day of recreational marijuana sales in Illinois
By 6 a.m. at Rise Dispensaries in Mundelein, the line was already several-hours long. And it would only continue to grow on the first day of legal recreational marijuana sales in Illinois. “Last time I waited in line this long was for my draft notice,” Mike Hecke said, an Illinois resident who used to live in Wisconsin. The day was long-planned by dozens of dispensaries that would open their doors to anyone. After a quick ID check, people were brought into the showroom to order and leave with marijuana products in a childproof bag. “Just crazy that I’m sitting here buying weed legally,” Ryan Setmeyer said. “It’s great.
Surfside, Florida man Aneudy Gonzalez was accused of drug possession in Texas with over 3 , 000 pounds of what the DEA believed was marijuana . However, after nearly a month behind bars, Gonzalez walked out of jail a free man with the charge dismissed, KCBD reported.
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It was trumpeted as a huge drug bust.
Texas Department of Public Safety posted a picture on Facebook of dozens of boxes — presumably filled with over 3,000 pounds of marijuana — piled in front of a U-Haul truck stopped by troopers in early December.
During the traffic stop east of Amarillo along Interstate 40, troopers called DEA agents for help after finding what they thought to be multiple boxes of drugs.
Florida resident Aneudy Gonzalez, 39, was accused of transporting the marijuana from San Jose, Calif., to New York City. He was charged with felony drug possession and put in jail.
Wickliffe mayor calls for no citation, no confiscation of small amounts of marijuana during traffic stops
Wickliffe mayor calls for no citation, no confiscation of small amounts of marijuana during traffic stops“They smell marijuana, they call for backup, search the kid’s car, find nothing else other than maybe one gram of cannabis and then waste the time writing a citation, writing a report, and actions like that when we have limited resources are not doing anything to improve the safety of the community,” said Barbish. “We have instances with heroin and handguns and I’m not worried about one gram of cannabis.
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However, after nearly a month behind bars, Gonzalez walked out of jail a free man with the charge dismissed, KCBD reported. That’s because the “marijuana” was actually legal hemp, KTXS reported.
In 2019, Texas lawmakers legalized hemp production, defining marijuana as a drug from the cannabis plant with more than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, content, according to The Texas Tribune.
A DEA agent testified as being unaware of the state law and confused by the THC content rules, KCBD reported.
“Today we beat the feds,” Mehler Cannabis, a law firm specializing in marijuana-related laws, wrote in a Facebook post on Jan. 2. “We maintained from the word ‘go’ that all he had was hemp, and this morning the U.S. government moved to dismiss the charges against our client.”
Man caught traveling with more than 22 pounds of fentanyl on I-44
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The law firm is seeking the return of the property and “just compensation for our client losing a month of his life in the custody.”
Gonzalez said he’s owed an apology in a statement to Law 360.
“I was just doing my job and the government threw me in jail for almost a month. I fully intend on pursuing justice, whatever that entails,” Gonzalez told Law 360. “Nobody has apologized to me. Somebody owes me an apology.”
In a statement, Texas DPS wrote that the trooper believed the plant material was marijuana based on training and experience, according to KCBD.
“The trooper arrested Mr. Gonzalez, and following further questioning by a DEA Task Force Officer, the DEA Officer adopted the investigation and took custody of Mr. Gonzalez and all evidence,” according to the statement.
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Berkeley Man Caught With $6K In Drugs: Manchester Police .
The man was charged with dealing cocaine, LSD, MDMA and marijuana, according to police. Authorities said they found $6,000 worth of drugs in Michael Arellano's car and home, along with $3,200 in cash.Manchester police pulled Arellano over Tuesday on Route 37 for an unnamed motor-vehicle violation. Further investigation led to a search. Police found 487 grams of marijuana along with LSD in his car, valued at $2,600.Authorities then searched Arellano's Bayville home.