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Narcotics investigation spreads to 3 states

A narcotics investigation that began in Texas, spread to Oklahoma and Tennessee and lasted for seven months concluded with federal indictments being handed down against six unidentified suspects according to a Sept. 19 press release from the Hardeman County Sheriff's Office. The press release also states that several other suspects were identified during the investigation, which was named 'Operation Bates Motel", but the evidence against them was not strong enough to support conspiracy or engaging In organized criminal activity charges.

Texas hemp law creates difficulties for police and prosecutors

When Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed House Bill 1325 into law on June 10, he placed police officials and prosecutors in the state in a difficult position. The law legalizes hemp cultivation in Texas, but it does not apply to marijuana. This is a problem for law enforcement and the criminal justice system because the Lone Star State's crime laboratories are not currently able to measure THC concentrations, which is necessary to tell the difference between legal hemp and illegal marijuana.

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