Wells Motorcycle Accident Was So Severe It Left Him Disabled, The Defense Attorney Noted.

Wells initially told them the plants were tomatoes, then said he was experimenting with marijuana as a pain reliever after a motorcycle accident a year and a half ago, the complaint states. A search of Wells garage and residence revealed the plants, processed marijuana, a quart of hash oil, marijuana edibles such as gummy bears, fudge, brownies and butter, and four loaded http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ guns, according to the complaint. Deputy Michael Short testified during the preliminary examination that the growing plants, dry plant material, hash oil, gummies and cannabis butter all tested positive for the presence of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. Defense attorney Roy Polich said Tuesday that Wells began experimenting with marijuana after a Michigan doctor recommended it for pain therapy. The grow operation and the marijuana edibles became a hobby, to develop it as a painkiller and not get high, Polich said. Wells motorcycle accident was so severe it left him disabled, the defense attorney noted. He has no criminal record, Polich said. Hes a law-abiding citizen who made a mistake. Judge Stenz said the amount of marijuana plants found was more consistent with someone selling the drug. In accepting the recommended sentence, the judge warned Wells to comply with the terms of his probation.

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