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Former Sweet Leaf Executives Land in Denver Jail for Looping Scandal

Former Sweet Leaf Executives Land in Denver Jail for Looping Scandal

| November 30, 2018

Two former Sweet Leaf executives are now doing time in Denver County Jail, the result of their roles in the dispensary chain’s looping scandal that resulted in all eleven of the company’s Colorado dispensaries being closed by law enforcement officials and the state Marijuana Enforcement Division.

Former Sweet Leaf vice president Nichole West and retail operations manager Ashley Goldstein both pleaded guilty to felony drug charges and will each serve thirty days in jail, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office. The women were both charged by the DA on Tuesday, November 27, with one count of distribution of four to twelve ounces of marijuana or marijuana concentrate, a class 4 drug felony; Goldstein also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor marijuana distribution charge.

Former Sweet Leaf Executives Land in Denver Jail for Looping Scandal






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