The former general manager of a well-known Tennessee restaurant is facing charges after being found with a more than “a little” bud, reports Scoop Nashville . Amsterdam seeks to ban tourists from city’s cannabis coffee shops WWE “ahead of the curve” when it comes to cannabis, says Jim Ross Tooth tartar could be “the new frontier” for discovering drug habits of ancient people Police responded to a report about people allegedly approaching and purchasing items from someone sitting inside a parked white Range Rover. When they arrived on the scene, they found 39-year-old Steven Stokely asleep behind the wheel. “I’m gonna be honest, I’ve got a little bud in here,” Stokely reportedly told officers, upon waking up. With cannabis in plain sight, the officers had probable cause to search the vehicle and reportedly found 11 pounds of marijuana, 4.8 pounds of edibles, 127 grams of gummies, 47 Oxycodone pills, 92 blue Xanax bars, and three Naloxone pills. Cannabis remains illegal in Tennessee, though medical cannabis products are allowed for a limited number of conditions, and some jurisdictions within the state have loosed their approach to pot. In Arizona, where voters opted to legalize recreational cannabis in the November election, a 21-year-old driver recently learned the hard way that there are still limits to legal weed. Pulled over for speeding, an inspection of the vehicle led to officers discovering 21 bundles of cannabis, weighing in at more than 450 pounds . The driver was booked for possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale and transportation of marijuana. According to a KVOA report, cannabis shops in the state will not be allowed to sell weed legally until the spring.
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