Recreational marijuana became legal in Michigan on December 6, 2018. However, law enforcement is still coming to terms with what it means for investigations and arrests.

WMMT reports that in the eleven months since marijuana use became legal, state police have been struggling with how to respond in situations where weed smoke is detected.

According to Michigan State Police sergeant Andrew Jeffrey, civilians are still calling in to report smelling marijuana smoke, but police no longer have the remit to investigate those calls if the culprits are smoking legally.

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K Thor Jensen ~ Newsweek.com

 

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