Willmar Council imposes fine, license suspension for High Cake Dispensary – West Central Tribune

WILLMAR — The Willmar City Council on Monday approved imposing a $1,000 fine and a three-day suspension, as well as authorizing city staff to start the license revocation process, for High Cake Recreational Dispensary, which is located at 1709 First Street South.

High Cake Recreational Dispensary in October and November was visited several times by the Willmar Police Department due to receiving complaints that the business was selling products that were not in compliance with Minnesota law or city ordinance, according to Willmar Police Chief Jim Felt.

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Each time, law enforcement officers found that the business was selling several products that were not in compliance and attempted to educate and advise the business owner Mohammed Haseeb and his employees about Minnesota law. They also documented the products that were not in compliance. The last visit included the Minnesota Department of Health THC inspector, who also found the business out of compliance.

Part of the application process for receiving a THC license in Willmar includes verifying that the business has workers compensation insurance, and the owner stated that there were no employees, which officers found

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