A Colombian man arrested after raids on medical marijuana operations in Colorado will be released on a $25,000 bond. U.S.
A federal judge said Monday he will allow a suspect arrested in connection with major federal raids on medical-marijuana businesses to be released on a $25,000 bond.
There are hundreds of strains of marijuana—each containing hundreds of different chemicals—but only one molecule makes much difference, scientists say.
There are hundreds of strains of marijuana — each containing hundreds of different chemicals — but only one molecule makes much difference, scientists say.
Marijuana grow operations in Aurora would be only in industrial areas, the number of retail pot shops would be capped at 20, and they would have to be at least 5,000 feet from one another, according to recommendations from a City Council committee.
With the death of Cleveland billionaire and philanthropist Peter B. Lewis, the push for relaxed U.S. marijuana laws lost its most generous supporter.
A federal judge said Wednesday he is inclined to allow a man arrested during major raids on Colorado marijuana businesses to be released on bond because the government has not sufficiently shown him to be dangerous.
A Colombian man arrested after raids on medical marijuana operations in Colorado could be released as federal prosecutors pursue a weapons charge against him.
When federal agents swooped into a swanky Cherry Hills Village home last week as part of widespread raids tied to medical-marijuana businesses, they found a person inside holding a loaded gun, according to a court document unsealed Monday.
Authorities say a Colombian man was arrested in last week’s federal raids of more than a dozen sites connected to Colorado’s marijuana industry.
One arrest has been announced in last week’s federal raids of more than a dozen sites connected to the marijuana industry.
Colorado marijuana businesses raided this week by federal agents are being investigated for a possible connection to Colombian drug cartels, sources told The Denver Post on Friday.
A measure to impose hefty taxes on recreational marijuana passed easily Tuesday, as voters across the state overwhelmingly chose to make pot one of the most heavily taxed consumer products in Colorado.