Brunswick medical marijuana grower accused of illegally selling excess

Posted March 14, 2014, at 2:40 p.m.
Jerid Hall
Courtesy of Brunswick Police Department
Jerid Hall
Brunswick police say they seized nearly 2 pounds of marijuana, packaged for resale, from the home of Jerid Hall.
Courtesy of Brunswick Police Department
Brunswick police say they seized nearly 2 pounds of marijuana, packaged for resale, from the home of Jerid Hall.

BRUNSWICK, Maine — A 25-year-old Brunswick man faces drug trafficking charges after police allegedly found him growing more marijuana in his home than his medical marijuana card allows and selling the excess.

Jerid Hall was charged with Class C unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, according to Brunswick police Detective Rich Cutliffe.

Acting on an anonymous tip and witness reports, officers executed a search warrant at Hall’s Deerfield Road home on Feb. 20 and allegedly found nearly 2 pounds of marijuana packaged for sale in 1- and 2-ounce bags. Hall was arrested two days later at the Brunswick police station, according to Cutliffe.

Hall was released on unsecured bail and is scheduled to appear in Cumberland County Superior Court on April 22.

 

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