A Texas Grand Jury has refused to indict Jacob Lavoro after prosecutors sought to charge him with a felony for making marijuana brownies. The charge would have Lavoro facing a potential sentence of 99 years if convicted. He was however indicted on a lesser charge which carries a maximum penalty
A federal grand jury returned marijuana distribution indictments Tuesday against Phillip Larry Koss, 58, his wife Le’Ann, 60, and their son Connor, 26. The charges stemmed from an investigation and subsequent raid on their home back in December of 2013 during a crackdown on several people selling cannabis near Baylor
Two men caught attempting to transport 480 pounds of cannabis on a Van Horn school bus out in west Texas have been arrested and indicted by a federal grand jury. 20-year-old George Baird, a graduate of Presidio High School, and 22-year-old Anthony Paredez Juarez were attempting to smuggle duffel bags
In what has been widely termed synthetic marijuana, 18 people have been arrested and six have been indicted in an alleged production and distribution ring operating in Texas and Oklahoma for a drug designed to mimic cannabis, according to KBTX.