Police warn parents after NZ woman accused of selling cannabis edibles through social media

first_imgMr Pitkethley says a search warrant on Friday uncovered the production of a large quantity of cannabis infused butter and a significant quantity of cannabis infused products including gummy and jelly lollies, moulded chocolates, muffins, cookies and brownies. TVNZ One News 10 June 2020Family First Comment: Already an issue – and we haven’t even had the vote yet! Don’t open the floodgates. Vote NO.“Waikato Detective Inspector Graham Pitkethley says the method of selling via social media allows people of all ages, including children and young people, to easily purchase and obtain such products. “It’s equally important for parents and caregivers to be aware that young people are able to purchase these products via a range of social media platforms. The psychoactive effects from eating cannabis products will be widely variable depending on the individual. This would be extremely frightening to a person eating these products unknowingly.””Waikato police are warning Kiwi parents following a police sting which saw lollies, chocolates and baked goods infused with cannabis oil seized after being sold by a Hamilton woman through social media.Police say the 27-year-old was selling the goods online via Instagram and Facebook under the name Dolly’s Edibles. Waikato Detective Inspector Graham Pitkethley says the method of selling via social media allows people of all ages, including children and young people, to easily purchase and obtain such products.“It’s equally important for parents and caregivers to be aware that young people are able to purchase these products via a range of social media platforms,” he says.“The psychoactive effects from eating cannabis products will be widely variable depending on the individual. This would be extremely frightening to a person eating these products unknowingly.” Last week, police seized the products during a search warrant in Hamilton. The woman appeared in the Hamilton District Court today charged with a number of drug offences relating to production, supply and distribution. The woman has been remanded to reappear in court on 24 June 2020.https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/police-warn-kiwi-parents-after-woman-accused-selling-cannabis-edibles-through-facebook-instagramKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

Ronaldo Scores First Serie A Hat-trick as Juve Beat Cagliari

first_imgAnd moments later he got his 56th career hat-trick when he slipped the ball under goalkeeper Robin Olsen.The 34-year-old is in his best scoring run since his £99.2m move from Real Madrid in 2018, scoring in each of his last five Serie A games.Juventus overtake Inter Milan to go top in Serie A momentarily before Inter played Napoli later yesterday..It was Ronaldo’s second hat-trick for Juve, having scored three against Atletico Madrid in last season’s Champions League last-16 tie. He has scored three hat-tricks for Portugal since then.The former Manchester United forward is the first player since Alexis Sanchez to score a hat-trick in the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first Serie A hat-trick as Juventus beat Cagliari.Ronaldo took advantage of a Ragnar Klavan error early in the second half to give the champions the lead, before scoring a penalty after Marko Rog fouled Paulo Dybala.Portugal legend Ronaldo then set up Gonzalo Higuain to put Juve 3-0 up.last_img read more