CONCORD- Law enforcement and other agencies are combating CBD oil after 18 cases of suspected use have been identified since the first of January at local high schools.
The Concord Police Department collaborated with Cabarrus County EMS in reference to the growing CBD oil issue in the community.
Department investigators researched the issue and coordinated with the Cabarrus County District Attorney’s Office.
With the exception of certain medicinal uses allowed by statute, CBD oil is illegal to possess or to be sold in retail stores.
Based on information obtained during the investigations, Concord Police served a search warrant at Dream Tobacco and Vapes #2 at 3677 Concord Parkway South and seized over 300 bottles labeled as CBD oil on Thursday, Feb. 8.
The employee of the business, Najmaldin Gobah, was arrested for possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana.
The investigation then led the police to another Dream Tobacco and Vapes store at 2230 Roxie Street. A search of the business yielded