‘Double Stuf Stoneo’ among THC edibles confiscated in Skagit County

Skagit County, Wash. — A driver stopped for a suspected DUI in Skagit County led to an illegal edibles bust, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Trooper Rocky Oliphant tweeted the driver was pulled over on I-5 just north of the Skagit-Snohomish County line.

While investigating, the trooper reported finding 20 pounds of THC edibles that were not permitted in Washington state.

TCH edibles sold in Washington cannot feature a design, brand or name that resembles a non-cannabis consumer product that is marketed to anyone under the page of 21.

Some of the items confiscated resembled name-brand chips like Doritos and Fritos and name-brand candy like Trolli and Sour Patch Kids.

One package resembled ‘Oreo’ cookies and was named, ‘Double Stuf Stoneo’ by Dabisco.

The driver was arrested for DUI and possession with intent to deliver since only eight ounces of marijuana-infused product in solid form are allowed

Washington State Patrol said he had 40 times that.

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