Two people were charged with trafficking marijuana last week after Coffee County drug agents discovered over 20 pounds of processed marijuana and numerous other THC-infused products inside a Douglas residence.
Authorities executed a search warrant at the home of Marshall and Kalene Grue on North McDonald Avenue on Wednesday, March 27. As a result, agents uncovered an array of THC products, including 20-plus pounds of processed, high-grade marijuana, over 100 vials of THC-infused vaping oil, and a significant quantity of hash, a drug made from the resin of the cannabis plant. Agents additionally confiscated over $11,000 in cash and two firearms.
Marshall and Kalene Grue were taken to the Coffee County Jail and have since posted bond. Another individual, 20-year-old Cameron Douglas Wildes, was also charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute in relation to this incident.
Over the last several months, at least six Coffee County teens have been hospitalized after smoking THC-infused oil with a vape pen or ingesting edible THC products. The Coffee County Drug Unit continues to vigorously seek out the sources of these products.
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