Wisconsin Man Ran A Drug Ring That Filled Up To 5, 000 Bootleg Vaping Cartridges Per Day, Police Say - Cnn

Wisconsin Man Ran A Drug Ring That Filled Up To 5, 000 Bootleg Vaping Cartridges Per Day

Wisconsin man ran a drug ring that filled up to 5,000 bootleg vaping cartridges per day, police say

The operation employed line-workers who filled the cartridges with illegal cannabis-derived THC oil and sold them for about $22 each, officials said.

12.9.2019

A 20-year-old has been arrested after being accused of running an illegal vaping business, loading the cartridges with illegal cannabis-derived THC oil and selling the products for about $22 each, authorities said

The operation employed line-workers who filled the cartridges with illegal cannabis-derived THC oil and sold them for about $22 each, officials said.

(CNN)Most 20-year-olds might take on a part-time job when they need extra cash. But this Wisconsin man was a bit more criminally ambitious, police say. Tyler Huffhines, 20, has been arrested after being accused of running an illegal vaping business, loading the cartridges with illegal cannabis-derived THC oil and selling the products for about $22 each, authorities said in a news conference Wednesday.It wasn't just a side hustle.Huffhines had been running the operation for almost two years, since January 2018, and he had about 10 people working for him, authorities said.Reached by CNN, Huffhines' lawyer, Mark Richards, refused to comment.Read MoreHuffhines, who is not yet formally charged, faces multiple felony charges: manufacturing/delivering THC, possession with intent to sell, maintaining a drug trafficking place and misappropriation of personal identifying materials. Thousands of cartridges per dayKenosha County Sheriff David Beth described the operation as a sophisticated one. Huffhines' employees even had time cards and were paid 30 cents per cartridge filled, Beth said. The employees are believed to have worked in an assembly line, filling empty vaping cartridges with THC oil from California, Beth said. Authorities said the employees filled about 3,000 to 5,000 cartridges a day, according to CNN affiliate WITI.Authorities said they found more than $300,000 worth of THC oil in the condominium where the operation was being held -- in an area that Beth called"a beautiful subdivision." Beth said he is unsure how much Huffhines actually made off the business. The investigation continuesPolice are investigating others who may have been involved, and the list"seems to keep growing each day," Beth said. "I'm glad we caught it," he said."If this one is out there, there's other ones out there."The THC oil is currently being tested and police say they aren't sure whether the oil was cut with other drugs.The arrest comes amid increasing scrutiny around vaping.A Kansas woman died Tuesday from lung disease related to vaping, making her the sixth person in the United States to die of these causes in recent weeks.Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported there are at least 450 possible cases of severe lung disease that could be caused by vaping, though officials aren't sure what, exactly, ties them together.And Wednesday, President Donald Trump announced his administration would be moving to ban flavored e-cigarettes. Read more: CNN

Imagine if amerikkka treated rifles like vape lol this country is done for 1, no such thing as a bootleg cartridge 2, he's a drug dealer. Let's see if he get the same sentence as a person of color free him, he did nothing wrong It's a crime this is so cheap. Good entrepreneurship. Quite impressed with his ability to run a business at such a young age. More Americans should follow suit

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Wisconsin man accused in illegal THC vaping cartridge schemeA Wisconsin man is accused of running a 10-man operation that manufactured thousands of counterfeit vaping cartridges loaded with THC oil every day for almost 2 years, authorities say. This is why we cannot have nice things. Lol You guys realize this is legal in like 10 states right?

Teen put on life-support for vaping says 'I didn't think of myself as a smoker''I wrote, ‘I want to start a no-vaping campaign.’ That was the first thing I did when I opened my eyes.” A vaping-related injury landed this teen in the ICU. Now, one of the doctors treating her discusses the risks for young, healthy adults who vape: KatTimpf Now do smoking.. A teen !! Ok carry on .

A Man Was Arrested For An Alleged Elaborate, Vaping-Related SchemePolice in Wisconsin recently arrested a man who's accused of heading up a 10-man operation that manufactured thousands of counterfeit THC oil vaping cartridges, 'The Associated Press' reports.

Three Companies Subpoenaed in Weed Vape Illness InvestigationWith hundreds sick across the country, and three deaths confirmed, the New York State Health Department is investigating what in THC vape cartridges are making people sick Where’s k-12 review You'll prob be fine if you stay away from those fuckin off white and fortnite carts lmao Alan_Beard1 Thank you SO MUCH for reporting this with facts and integrity!

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Counterfeit NBA championship rings seized at LAX airport28 counterfeit NBA championship rings have been seized by federal authorities at LAX airport, CBP says. Melo and James Harden calling the authorities with bids as we speak They appear to be very poorly made and easy to spot as fakes. The scumbag who bought these got exactly what he deserved. someone arrest carmeloanthony



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