Dylan Nunn, a student at the University of Delaware in the White Clay Creek State Park was arrested for running a home shop that made and sold marijuana-infused foods. Police were carrying out investigations related to officers from the Natural Resources Police State Parks Enforcement when they encountered Nunn who was in possession of 460 grams of edible marijuana.
The execution of a search warrant at Nunn’s apartment on May 20 led to the discovery of another 62 dosage units of LSD and 3,522 grams of raw and edible marijuana products. drug paraphernalia and several stolen street signs belonging to the city of Newark were also recovered from the apartment.
On closer interrogation, the 22-year-old revealed that he extracts the THC oil from marijuana that he places into a Magical Butter infusion machine. A mixture of the THC oil and coconut oil was used to make bake the goodies which would later be sold for $5 to $15 apiece. Nunn would either deliver or have the client pick them from his apartment.
The hotel and restaurant management student who was charged with drug dealing in a tier 2 quantity (LSD) and tier 3 quantity (marijuana) has since been released after posting $50,000 secured bond. Other charges imposed on him include possession of a controlled substance (LSD) as well as drug paraphernalia.
The sale of Marijuana-laced brownies and similar concoctions has been going on for years an has been made worse by the recent legalization of Marijuana in various states. Nevertheless, Delaware and most other states have prohibited the use marijuana or any of edible products given that it has been associated with many violent cases and fatal crushes.
The possession of up to an ounce is decriminalized but only for personal use. The illegality of the drug in Nunn’s hometown of Washington, D.C now slaps now slaps him with a maximum of five year prison term which is one of the most severe charges of dealing in drugs.