Fairfield County Smoke Shop Busted For Selling ‘Extremely Large Amounts’ Of Pot, Police Say – Brookfield Daily Voice

Three people have been arrested for allegedly selling “extremely large amounts,” of marijuana, vape pens, and untaxed cigarettes at an area smoke shop.

The bust took place on Monday, Aug. 16, in Fairfield County at the Smokers Box smoke shop at 1668 Park Ave., in Bridgeport.

The bust comes on the heels of an investigation during which undercover police officers purchased marijuana from the business which does not possess a dispensary permit or license to sell recreational marijuana,  said Bridgeport PD Captain Kevin Gilleran said.

According to the search warrant officers located extremely large amounts of marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) vape devices, untaxed cigarettes, and edible THC. 

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Items seized.

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Items seized.

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 All or sale inside the store, Gilleran said.

In addition, officers seized two handguns, one was a stolen 9mm pistol, and the other was a 9mm pistol with a high-capacity magazine.

Investigators arrested 33-year-old Andrew Friday, 22-year-old Ahmed Nagi, and 22-year-old Luis Navarro-Morales, all of Bridgeport.

All were charged with firearms violations and charges related to the illegal sales of marijuana. 

The investigation is ongoing.

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