Denver Prosecutes Cannabis Tour Bus Drivers

Posted on October 3, 2018
Photo by Roberto Valdivia on Unsplash
Photo by Roberto Valdivia on Unsplash

Cannabis tours busted by the Denver Police in June 2018 are being taken to trial, The Denver Post reports.

Colorado Cannabis Tours and My 420 Tours were both targeted by police in a sting earlier this year. Police pulled over the buses under the guise of normal traffic violations and proceeded to ticket the drivers and everyone on the bus, some with criminal charges.

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Related Topics: Colorado operators, criminal incidents, Denver, drugs, law enforcement, Marijuana, party buses, regulatory enforcement

Comments ( 2 )
  • Officer Eric D NYPD

     | about 5 months ago

    Just another example of an Out-of-Control limo industry. Another accident, more negligence and deaths. When will local and federal leaders outlaw these limo co. They’re not needed, not wanted and are a public hazard. Public want and utilize Uber Lyft. Limos? What is this 1970? Drop the ax on limo companies before there are more fatalities, more broken families and more misery

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