Thiensville teen charged after police found marijuana, drug supplies

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The police found that the vacuum-sealed bag was labelled "Good weeds are not cheap".

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A Thiensville teenager faces three drug charges, including two felony counts of intent to deliver marijuana and LSD.

Kyle Emond, 17, was charged with one felony in the Ozaukee County Circuit Court on December 10, with intent to deliver marijuana and LSD separately, and one misdemeanor for possession of drug paraphernalia. 

If convicted on these three counts, he will face approximately 16 years in prison and a fine of $40,000.

According to the criminal complaint:

On December 9, the Ozaukee County Sheriff executed a search warrant at Emond's home. Officials found four glass bottles containing 256 grams of marijuana and 101 Vape cartridges, each containing one ounce of THC oil.

There are also some vacuum-sealed bags labeled "Good Weed's Cheap", 100 silicone containers, $6,000 in cash, and silicone molds commonly used to make hemp foods. 

In the basement, the police found a backpack containing nine packets of THC-infused candies, a vape cartridge and perforated blotting paper wrapped in aluminum foil. The field test of the thesis gave a positive result to LSD.

The police found more cans full of marijuana and $692 in his wallet.

Emmond was released on bail of US$3,000 and ordered him not to possess or consume unprescribed controlled substances or prescription drugs. In addition, he does not own THC-related products and e-cigarette devices.

He is scheduled to hold a preliminary hearing on January 5.

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