Police raided three medical marijuana dispensaries in Grand Rapids and seized marijuana and records, police confirmed today.
Lt. Richard Nawrocki, head of the Grand Rapids police vice unit, said search warrants on the shops were executed Wednesday.
He said the raids were conducted in the aftermath of a state Supreme Court ruling in February that essentially said dispensaries were illegal.
He said Grand Rapids police, even before the ruling, were of the opinion that dispensaries were not operating within the state’s medical marijuana law.
“In February, the Supreme Court opinion cleared it up for law enforcement,” Nawrocki said.
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