Two Dozen People Arrested For Making THC-Infused Counterfeit Candy In New Jersey

Cops in New Jersey scoped out a cannabis candy manufacturing ring for a year before they swooped in on December 19. They eventually fingered 24 individuals with criminal charges in an endeavor they called “Operation On the Ropes,” after the suspects’ use of Nerd Ropes in their extra-legal business scheme.

The suspects had been allegedly purchasing commercial candy like the Nerds products and Sour Patch Kids. They turned them into their own doctored, creatively monikered cannabis treats by pouring them into pans covered in parchment paper and, said the cops, “spraying” them with THC. Once the candies had been infused, police say the suspects had labeled the former products as “Stoner Patch” edibles.

The mastermind behind the operation was allegedly a 27-year-old from Freehold, New Jersey named Dylon Addvensky.

Police were particularly concerned that kids could be boondoggled into consuming the cannabis products.

“Colorful and sugary candy like what we seized are among the best selling edible pot products on the black market,” said Monmouth County prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni. “Counterfeit candy is making the rounds and they constitute an extreme danger to our community, particularly the children.”

The Monmouth County prosecutor’s office announced in a press conference on Tuesday that

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