Marijuana gummy bears sold to high school students

Marijuana gummy bears sold to high school students

OROVILLE – On the afternoon of Friday April 5th a resource officer with the Butte County Sheriff’s Office was on patrol at Plumas High School.

During his rounds, the officer saw a vehicle in the staff parking lot that matched the description of a vehicle “associated with the sales of edible gummy bears containing concentrated marijuana to student at the school.”

A Sherriff’s Office deputy then conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and spoke with the driver – 20-year-old Jacob Murray. The deputy searched the vehicle and found ” a dozen individually wrapped gummy bears containing concentrated marijuana.”

Murray was arrested on charges of selling marijuana to a minor, with his bail set at $20,000.

The BCSO adds, “The investigation is ongoing, and it is believed Murray may have been selling narcotics to other juveniles in the Oroville area. Anyone with information that may be related to this case is asked to contact SRO Jesse Nicholaw at (530) 538-7321.”

Marijuana gummy bears sold to high school students was last modified: May 6th, 2019 by admin
Categories: Butte

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