Clay Magnuson was arrested in Irving, Texas for possession of marijuana. In the case, he was found to be in possession of marijuana and a concealed carry permit. The substance that is in marijuana is known as tetrahydrocannabinol, but hemp contains a lower concentration. In fact, hemp contains less than 0.3% of that substance.
Clay Magnuson arrested for possession of marijuana
On March 26, DEA agents discovered a large amount of marijuana in Clay Magnuson’s apartment. His apartment was located at 220 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas 75039. He is one of five people arrested in the case. The other three are Benjamin Hart, Jacob Aaron Edmonds, and Keilb Thompson. The DEA began investigating Magnuson and his drug trafficking organization in 2018 after learning of his properties in California. He had been involved in this operation for 10 years, and authorities found hundreds of acres of land as well as thousands of pounds of marijuana.
The DEA claims that Magnuson manufactured, transported, and distributed the drugs, and laundered the money through his business and other friends’ businesses. In addition, Magnuson had purchased two properties in Northern California to grow marijuana and transport it to his customers. Magnuson had more than 500 customers at these locations and was a part of a marijuana growing operation that employed up to a hundred people.
Hemp contains less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol than marijuana
Police arrested Aneudy Gonzalez, 29, on charges of drug trafficking and possession of a controlled substance at 220 West Las Colinas Boulevard, Irving, Texas 75039. The drug arrest took place on Dec. 6, after a DPS trooper smelt marijuana in his truck’s cargo hold. He searched the truck, and found thousands of pounds of what the trooper described as “green leafy substance.” When questioned, Gonzalez told the trooper that he was a contract driver paid $2,500 to transport marijuana and hemp. He said the THC content of the cargo was less than 0.3%.
The five arrested individuals have been charged with possession of cannabis. Gonzalez was arrested with a total of three grams of pot. The state had previously legalized hemp, but the state is still on the fence about whether hemp is marijuana. In Texas, hemp is legal, but marijuana is still illegal. The weed is often used to make clothing, twine, protein powder, and CBD oil.
Gonzalez has a case to fight the charges. According to the DEA, the substance seized was actually hemp. The THC content was below 0.3%, meaning it was not marijuana. Gonzalez will fight the charges with his lawyers. This is a crucial battle, as Texas’ laws regarding marijuana are changing. Attorneys for Gonzalez are now pursuing a civil lawsuit on Gonzalez’s behalf.
He was arrested at a medical spa in Irving
A man was arrested in Texas on allegations that he sexually abused several children. Irving police said that the accused man, Jose Aguado Robles, abused three children, the youngest of whom was 10 years old. The 10-year-old victim came forward and reported the abuse after his parents were contacted by a caller. The adult victim then told another victim, who confirmed the abuse. The victim reported the abuse to Irving police, and the case was under investigation.
He has a concealed carry license
In California, a concealed carry license is required to carry a firearm in public. However, he can still be arrested for carrying a firearm without a concealed carry license. If the person is convicted, he will be sentenced to prison. This is a serious charge. This is why you should only carry a firearm in public with your concealed carry license if you are confident and feel comfortable. It is also necessary to be careful with your firearm.
He was arrested with drug paraphernalia
In Texas, a man can be arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia if he is caught using them. Drug paraphernalia includes everything from pipes to propagation products. Depending on the circumstances, this crime can result in a hefty fine or even a prison sentence. If you are arrested for this crime, you should consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
The Irving Police Department can take your fingerprints for immigration services if you have a criminal record. However, they cannot take them for immigration purposes. If you need your fingerprints for immigration, you will have to contact an approved fingerprinting location. You may also be charged with criminal trespass. This means that you have entered a home or a place of business illegally.