Michigan Cannabis Dispensary Gets $212000 Fine After CRA Inspectors Find Pot In The Attack – mitechnews.com

VASSAR, MI – Inspectors found a black garbage bag containing nearly 20 pounds of untagged, untracked marijuana in the attic of a marijuana shop in Tuscola County’s Vassar.

That’s one of the seven violations Michigan marijuana regulators cited in a Jan. 25 statement announcing Premier Provisioning, operated by 664 Vassar LLC, must pay a $212,000 fine and close its doors for 30 days, beginning Feb. 3.

During the April 2022 inspection that led to the fine and suspension, there were also clear totes containing expired distillate cartridges, marijuana-infused syrup, gummies and chocolates stored in a bathroom area; missing surveillance video and several hundred 1-gram jars of untagged THC concentrate known as “wax,” according to a statement issued by the Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA).

No employees at the store had access to the surveillance system upon request from an inspector to review footage, the CRA complaint said.

After the inspection, the CRA asked for various information from Premier, including video surveillance, sales logs, written explanations to the presence of various untagged marijuana products and the reason certain products were stored in areas not monitored by required surveillance. The CRA complaint said an attorney representing the shop during a May 10, 2022 phone call said the

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