California targets cannabis delivery Company in enforcement action that is second

California targets cannabis delivery Company in second enforcement action

The enforcement unit, working in conjunction with the Sacramento Police Department, served a warrant at the business on Aug. 22 and captured almost 49 pounds of cannabis flower, 1.6 lbs of marijuana concentrates, about 19 pounds of edibles and $1,486 in money.

A spokesman for the BCC, alex Traverso, said he couldncriminal charges filed in connection with the warrant or ’ t confirm if any arrests were made.

“It’s shut down,” Traverso said of this Cannaisseur Club, which is described on the business site as a “non-profit medical cannabis patients’ collective. ”

Traverso added that this is part of an enforcement plan by regulators. The DCA’s Cannabis Enforcement Unit has sent their way, complaints about illegal activity they’re following up on. … They’re pretty helpless. ”

On Monday, the BCC announced its first enforcement action involving criminal charges against an unlicensed retailer in Costa Mesa. A defendant in that situation is facing four misdemeanor counts, and if convicted on all four could face up to 2 years in jail and a $4,000 fine, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s office.

(This is a developing story and will be updated.)

Published at Tue, 28 Aug 2018 22:52:03 +0000

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