DEA raids Okemos warehouse in medical marijuana case
OKEMOS — Federal officials raided a warehouse Tuesday used to grow medical marijuana.
Ryan Basore said law enforcement officials raided a 3,000 square-foot facility at 2360 Jolly Oak Road that he leased to registered caregivers to use for growing medical marijuana. Basore co-owns Capital City Caregivers, a medical marijuana shop at 2208 E. Michigan Ave. in Lansing.
Basore said there were 40 plants in the building, and all were taken. He said other growing facilities near Jolly and Hagadorn roads also were raided, but he did not provide further details.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration executed a search warrant at 2360 Jolly Oak Road on Tuesday night, said Special Agent Rich Isaacson, public information officer for the DEA’s Detroit field division. Isaacson would not comment further, citing an ongoing investigation.
The DEA was assisted by the Tri-County Metro Narcotics Team, a multi-agency drug enforcement squad in Eaton, Ingham and Clinton counties
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