Detroit medical marijuana shop raided

The Total Relief medical marijuana store was raised Thursday.

Police raid a marijuana dispensary on Detroit's west side

It was the same location where the manager was critically wounded in a drive-by on Oct. 6.

Unmarked police cars, and at least one from Oakland County in Rosedale Park conducting a raid on Total Relief, a medical marijuana dispensary.

Fox2 has confirmed that the raid is part of an ongoing investigation involving businesses in Oakland and in the city Detroit.

And the total relief dispensary is no stranger to police activity.  A week ago, multiple shell casings littered the street and bullets were fired through the front window, in a suspected drive-by shooting.   Detroit police say the manager was hit but survived. 

Cops will not confirm if there is a connection between the shooting and Thursday afternoon's raid.
 


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