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Oshaweed, a reported unlicensed cannabis dispensary perhaps paying homage to its home in Oshawa, Ont., was busted after a police search in late July revealed a stash of cannabis and cash.
Members of Durham Regional Police’s Central East Division Community Response Team executed the warrant at the King St. W. business on July 26 in downtown Oshawa, about an hour’s drive east of Toronto. Inside, officers found and seized cannabis, cash and other weed products said to have a combined value of more than $66,000, notes a statement from police....
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