PORTAGE, Mich. (WOOD) - Citizen complaints helped lead authorities on Wednesday to raid two Kalamazoo County businesses that were allegedly selling medical marijuana illegally.
Caregivers at both locations were selling the drug to individuals with medical marijuana cards, according to a news release. Both locations were also selling to people they were not the designated caregiver provider for, which is illegal under the current Michigan Medical Marijuana Law.
The Kalamazoo Valley Enforcement Team conducted the raids.
One of the facilities is in the 1600 block of W. Centre Street in Portage where a large quantity of marijuana was seized. Charges are being sought against a 29-year-old Kalamazoo resident for delivery of marijuana.
The other facility is in the 8300 block of Portage Street, also in Portage. A large quantity of marijuana was seized here as well. Charges are being sought against a 64-year-old Portage resident for delivery of marijuana and weapons charges.
If you know anything about this case you are asked to call KVET at 269.337.8880 or Silent Observer at 269.343.2100.
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