Recreational marijuana sales will be managed by the newly established Cannabis Control Division which will regulate the sale of non-medical cannabis in Ohio. This new division still has to iron out details on licensing and processes for dispensaries to have the legal ability to sell.
“Knowing that Crystal Nugs is setting a precedent and creating opportunities for others feels truly empowering,” said CEO and co-founder Maisha Bahati. “CORE provided me with close to $200,000 in both grants and loans. That helped substantially with the financial costs incurred for our construction build-out phase of Crystal Nugs.”
Three people are sought in the armed robbery of a man who was unloading about 120 pounds of marijuana outside a Culver City dispensary.
The robbery at gunpoint was reported at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 3700 block of Robertson Boulevard. The victim was unloading the marijuana from a vehicle when he was approached by two people with handguns.
One man pointed a gun at the victim as they took the marijuana and left in a car driven by a third person.
The men who confronted the victim were described as Black, 20 to 30 years old, and about six feet tall. One man wore dark jeans, a black hoodie with white spots, and black ski mask. The other man wore a white hoodie with dark-colored marks on the upper chest area, light-colored pants with a vertical stripe along the legs, white shoes, and a black ski mask.
The getaway car was described as a silver Honda Accord.
Anyone with information on the case was urged to call Culver City police at 310- 253-6502.
Eight different harvests from Silver Stem were found to have been contaminated with aspergillus, a specific type of mold, or to have unacceptable levels of total mold and yeast count, the recall notes. The rest of the listed harvests went untested, according to the MED, which considers that marijuana “potentially contaminated.”
“Individuals who possess this affected product should destroy it or return it to the store from which it was purchased for proper disposal. Individuals who experience adverse health effects after consuming the affected product should seek medical attention immediately and report the event to the MED by submitting an MED Reporting Form,” the health and safety notice reads.
The recall was issued in cooperation with Silver Stem, the MED notes. Although specific
Authorities Thursday sought the public’s help to find three suspects who robbed a man at gunpoint of about 120 pounds of marijuana outside a dispensary in Culver City.
The crime occurred about 7:35 p.m. Wednesday in the 3700 block of Robertson Boulevard, according to the Culver City Police Department.
“The victim reported that he was unloading an estimated one hundred and twenty pounds of marijuana from a vehicle when two suspects exited a vehicle with handguns,” police said in a statement.
One of the men pointed a handgun at the victim, and he and his accomplice took the marijuana and fled in a car that was driven by a third suspect, police said.
The men who confronted the victim were described as Black, 20-30 years old, and about six feet tall. One man wore dark jeans, a black hoodie with white spots, and black ski mask. The other man wore a white hoodie with “dark- colored marks on the upper chest area,” light-colored pants with a vertical stripe along the legs, white shoes, and a black ski mask.
POTSDAM — The first state-licensed cannabis dispensary in St. Lawrence County opened with a bang on Thursday afternoon with a ribbon cutting and several dozen customers showing up as doors opened.
The Highest Peak at 25 Market St. is co-owned by Aurora Wood and Kinsey LaPointe. They had planned to open in the summer or fall, but were faced with setbacks at the state level that have since been ironed out, allowing them to open shortly before the new year.
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0 0 0 Originally published by the Culver City Police Department:
On Wednesday, December 6, 2023, at approximately 7:35 pm Culver City Police responded to a call for service of an armed robbery that had just occurred at a marijuana dispensary located at the 3700 block of Robertson Boulevard.
The victim reported that he was unloading an estimated one hundred and twenty pounds of marijuana from a vehicle when two suspects exited a vehicle with handguns. Suspect one is described as a Male, Black, approximately six feet tall, 20-30 years of age, wearing dark colored jeans, a black hoodie with white spots, and black ski mask. Suspect two is described as a Male, Black, approximately six feet tall, 20-30 years of age, wearing a white hoodie with dark colored marks on the upper chest area, light colored pants with a vertical stripe along the leg, white shoes, and a black ski mask. Suspect one pointed a firearm at the victim and both suspects took an estimated one hundred pounds of marijuana
Romani arrived at the medical marijuana dispensary to celebrate but was sad to learn recreational sales weren’t allowed from a reporter before he entered the facility.
“I was really excited,” he said.
Although voters approved Issue 2 last month and adult-use cannabis went into effect Thursday, pot enthusiasts and experimenters can’t buy recreational marijuana in Ohio just yet.
Late Wednesday, the Ohio Senate voted to allow existing medical marijuana dispensaries to sell recreational marijuana and lower the number of plants allowed per household. Gov. Mike DeWine asked lawmakers to act quickly on the legislation to regulate the new program. However, the House did not take a vote on the issue.