Indiana State Police lately cited a driver for getting possession of “THC Drug Candy,”
19-year-old Zachary Casillas-Gross of Owensboro was pulled more than along US 231 close to Chrisney, Indiana. Indiana State Police Trooper Kaitlyn Greene and her K-9 companion Drogos situated THC in car that was packaged to appear like breakfast cereal packaging. 11 diverse versions have been discovered, like packaging that resembled Coco Puffs, Apple Jacks, Fortunate Charms, Trix, and other cereal boxes. ISP says that the items contained 85-90% THC.
The driver was cited and summoned to court to answer for the drugs. Indiana State Police desires to alert parents about the one of a kind packaging that could attract little ones.
“In Indiana, most marijuana includes amongst eight-12% THC,” according to an Indiana State Police Jasper Facebook post.
“In brief, if a kid or adult have been to consume an complete vial of this exceptionally potent intoxicant, it could be fatal.”