On Monday, May 21, Johnny Darrel Parker was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on three counts. Count one was for laundering a monetary instrument. The charge stemmed from an incident on or about May 16, 2018 when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly transport monetary funds with the intent to promote the carrying of unlawful activity, to wit: unlawfully importing/exporting marijuana items. Count two was for unlawfully importing/exporting non-OLCC Cannabinoid Extract. The charge stemmed from an incident on or about May 16, 2018, in Lake County when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly import marijuana items to wit: Non-OLCC cannabinoid extracts, into Oregon. Count three was for tampering with physical evidence. The charge stems from an incident on or about May 17, 2018 in Lake County, when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly destroy physical evidence, to-wit: cell phone, thus impairing its availability, with the intent that it be used in an official proceeding. 

On Monday, May 21, Kenneth Shaun Sullivan was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on three counts. Count one was for unlawfully importing/exporting marijuana items. The charge stems from an incident on or about April 26, 2018 when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items to wit: cannabinoid extracts from Oregon. The state further alleges that the offense concerns an amount of marijuana items that exceeds more than one ounce of cannabinoid extracts. Count two was for unlawful delivery of a marijuana item. The charge stems from an incident on or about April 26, when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit: cannabinoid extract. The state further alleges that the delivery involved more one-quarter ounce of cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer licensed under 475B.105. Count two was for unlawful possession of marijuana. The charge stems from an incident on or about April 26, while the defendant was over 21, he did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than one ounce of a cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a licensed marijuana retailer. 

On Monday, May 21, David Mathew Gideon was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on six counts. Count one was for unlawfully importing/exporting marijuana items. The charge stemmed from an incident on or about April 28, 2018 when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items, to wit: usable marijuana from Oregon. The state further alleges that the offense concerns an amount of marijuana items that exceeds more than eight ounces of usable marijuana. Count two was for unlawfully importing/exporting marijuana items. The charge stemmed from an incident on or about April 28, 2018 when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items, to wit: cannabinoid extracts from Oregon. The state further alleges that the offense concerns an amount of marijuana items that exceeds more than one ounce of cannabinoid extracts. Count three was for unlawful delivery of a marijuana item. The charge stems from an incident on or about April 28, 2018 when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit: usable marijuana. The state further alleges that the delivery involved more than eight pounds of usable marijuana in a public place. Count four was for unlawful delivery of a marijuana item. The charge stems from an incident on or about April 28, when the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit: cannabinoid extract. The state further alleges that the delivery involved more than one quarter ounce of cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer licensed under 475B. 105. Count five was for unlawful possession of marijuana. The charge stems from an incident on or about April 28, when the defendant while being over 21 years of age did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than one ounce of usable marijuana in a public place. The state further alleges that the amount possessed was more than eight pounds of usable marijuana. Count six was for unlawful possession of marijuana.  The charge stems from an incident on or about April 28, 2018 while being 21 years of age or older did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than once ounce of a cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a licensed marijuana retailer.  

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