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Nearly $4 million in illegal THC, vaping experience of cartridges that were seized from a Minnesota, at the residence of on Monday, as police warned of the dangers of the illegal product that it has already been linked to one death in the state.
An Anoka County man was arrested Monday after officers with the New Hope Police Department and investigators with the West Metro Drug Task Force seized 76,972 THC, vaping, cartridges.
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New Hope police chief Tim Fournier said that the authorities were tipped off earlier this year from the sale of cartridges, which he said resulted in the largest bust of its kind.
75,000 THC cartridges seized in Anoka County, Minn. on Monday, it will be assumed to be coming from a different state, for distribution in Minnesota.
(The New Hope Police Department)
In addition to the products, all of which have a street value of more than us $3.8 million), law enforcement found $23,383 in counterfeit money, and a variety of other marijuana is the “evidence”.
Police believe that the items were coming from out of state and were referred to as the distribution.
“While the study is ongoing, these kinds of products are available for purchase from the supplier in the states that have passed laws legalizing the recreational of marijuana,” Fournier said at a news conference on Tuesday.
“If you think this is a problem now, wait until the of cannabis products are on the market at Last. This is yet another example of why we need to pause, take our time, and for the passage of a similar law in our state.”
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He went on to say, “The black-market suppliers, don’t go away when you legalize a product of this type.”
75,000 THC cartridges seized in Anoka County, Minn. on Monday, it will be assumed to be coming from a different state, for distribution in Minnesota. (The New Hope Police Department)
It is illegal, the THC vaping products are a growing problem in the united states, but officials in Minnesota are worried that their situation will on the brink of a serious epidemic.
“We are currently working on in Minnesota, children who are on mechanical ventilation, due to this, vaping experience an injury,” by Daniel Hudd, Assistant Commissioner for the Minnesota Department of Public Health, said. “So far, our research has been the correlation of the risk of casual bought THC to vape for the masses.”
The department of health’s most recent figures show that there are 45 “a confirmed or probable case” of vaping-associated lung injury, with an additional 22 are under review.
Earlier this month, they have confirmed that it is the state’s first death associated with a patient who was vaping cannabis has a THC content of products, FOX9 reported.
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Officials at Tuesday’s news conference and warned that the black market in THC products can contain up to 90 percent THC as opposed to the street-sold marijuana, which is, on average, about 13 percent of the time.
The police have not identified the man arrested in Monday’s bust, adding that the cost of the treatment is in Anoka County.