19 trucks illegally selling cannabis in legal New York seized by police

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We do not anticipate it opening for business anytime soon!” Maddrey noted in a tweet this week. According to NBC New York, the company has paid a couple hundred thousand of its half million dollars in outstanding parking tickets. Tremaine Wright, chair of the New York state Cannabis Control Board, recently announced that applications for Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary licences will start being accepted on Aug. 25 and the window will close on Sept. 26. There every day.” This past June, deputies with the city’s sheriff’s office seized about a dozen Weed World Candies vehicles, reportedly for parking debts. As it stands, however, no legal pot shops have opened where recreational weed can be purchased.

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New York City police recently took to the streets to clamp down on illegal weed trucks that are popping up everywhere by seizing 19 of the pot shops on wheels.

“Up in smoke,” a tweet this week from Jeffrey Maddrey, chief of patrol for the New York City Police Department, notes of the bust.

“19 illegal vehicles and cannabis seized off the streets of NYC. While others follow the rules, these trucks and their vendors don’t have permits so we took action!” Maddrey continued.


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