Racine Police make $12,000 drug bust
A thriving marijuana plant is seen at a grow operation in Denver, Colorado December 31, 2013. Proprietors of the first marijuana retailers licensed to sell pot for recreational use in Colorado were busy rolling joints and stocking shelves with their leafy merchandise on Tuesday, ahead of a New Year's Day grand opening that marks a new chapter in America's drug culture. REUTERS/Rick Wilking Image by REUTERS
CALEDONIA -- A 56 year-old man from Caledonia is facing drug charges after police find $12,000 worth of "high-quality" marijuana in his car and home.
The Racine Journal Times says police pulled over Vincent Cain on Thursday and found 281 grams -- just over a half-pound -- of marijuana. Police said it was high quality and two to three times more valuable than regular pot.
Police executed a search warrant on his house in Caledonia, where they found a backpack and a wooden box containing more bags of marijuana. In total, the complait said Cain had nearly a pound of marijuana in his posession.
Vincent Cain was charged with possession with intent to deliver and maintaining a drug trafficking place. If convicted, he faces up to 9 and a half years in prison and over $20,000 in fines.