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CASCO TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - Two Coloradans headed to the Electric Forest Festival were arrested after a traffic stop yielded about 11 pounds of hash candy bars they were allegedly going to sell to festival goers this weekend.
Tuesday night, Allegan County deputies pulled over a motor home on I-196 near 109th Avenue. They saw the 22-year-old driver from Denver throw something from his pocket into the rear of the motor home. They then asked the passenger, a 20-year-old woman also from Denver to step out of the vehicle.
A search found 48 hash bars and 42 hash balls that, the suspects said, they were going to sell for $5 each to concert goers at the Electric Forest Festival. There was also more hash and marijuana the suspects could use to make more at the festival.
The man and woman are being held in the Allegan County Jail on possession with intent to deliver.
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