Monomoni Falls, Wisconsin – On Tuesday, March 30, representatives of the Waukesha County Sheriff arrested three people after executing a search warrant in a pharmacy that claimed to be CBD.
According to the Sheriff’s Department, after the authorities learned of a non-fatal drug overdose incident, the company called Superstar Buds was investigated. The incident involved two children who inadvertently ingested CBD-related products. . In the incident, the suspicious product was obtained from Superstar Buds by the child̵
In the process of obtaining a search warrant, investigators obtained evidence that the products sold by the company contained prohibited levels of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). These products are business-labeled as CBD or delta-8-THC.
Wisconsin law allows the sale of CBD-related products. However, the allowable delta-9-THC content of CBD-related products does not exceed 0.3%. According to the investigation by the Sheriff’s Department, several products obtained from Superstar Buds during the investigation were found to contain more than 20% delta-9-THC.
Investigators confiscated many other products from the company when they executed search vouchers labeled CBD or delta-8-THC, which are believed to contain prohibited delta-9-THC quantities.
The fee will be submitted to the Waukesha County Attorney’s Office at a later date.
The Sheriff’s Department pointed out that Superstar Buds is adjacent to Menomonee Falls North Middle School.
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