Cops: Student made pot treats
Apartment raid nets edible marijuana, LSD
A University of Delaware student is charged with cooking up a variety of edible marijuana products, including a cereal bar made with Fruit Loops and pot, in his Main Street apartment.
The investigation began May 8 when a Natural Resources Police State Parks Enforcement officer stopped Dylan Nunn, 22, along the Pomeroy Trail in White Clay Creek State Park.
Chief Wayne Kline said his officer saw Nunn acting suspiciously under a bridge in the park and did a “proactive” stop, noting there has been issues with graffiti in the park.
While searching Nunn, the officer found 460 grams of edible marijuana candies, individually packaged for sale, Kline said. Nunn was issued a criminal summons and released.
On May 20, officers from Natural Resources Police and the Newark Police Department searched Nunn’s apartment in the 200 block of East Main Street, said NPD spokesman Sgt. Gerald Bryda.
Inside the apartment was 3,522 grams of edible and raw marijuana, including the cereal bar, rabbit- shaped candies, freezer pops and marijuana- infused alcohol, Bryda said. Officers also found 62 dosage units of LSD and several street signs that had been stolen from the city of Newark and the state park.
Bryda said it appears Nunn was manufacturing the edibles inside the apartment.
Nunn, who is from Washington, D. C., was arrested without incident and charged with drug dealing, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and receiving stolen property. He was released on $ 50,000 secured bond.
Police say a UD student manufactured this cereal bar out of marijuana and Fruit Loops.