Police make another bust at illegal marijuana dispensary in Cambridge
Published Thursday, August 2, 2018 2:57PM EDT
Last Updated Thursday, August 2, 2018 6:52PM EDT
Waterloo Regional Police seized a variety of cannabis-infused items after executing a search warrant at a business in Cambridge Tuesday.
Police say teams executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant at a business on King Street East.
The business was identified as an illegal marijuana dispensary through complaints from the public.
The address for the dispensary says it goes by the name Trymz.
"Im not too sure what the issue is here. I guess they don't want us to give the patients their medicine. We're doing a good thing here, and it's not right what they're doing," said Brocokli a bud tender with Trymz.
A CDSA search warrant was executed at the same location on July 26, 2018 where vegetative marijuana, marijuana edibles, and cash were seized. Three employees were arrested on that date.
During the second search on Tuesday officers seized vegetative marijuana, cannabis oils, cannabis edibles, and cash. Three other employees, all from Hamilton, were arrested.
Police are warning that illegal dispensaries sell products that are not tested or regulated by Health Canada and could therefore be unsafe.