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Driver with readily available cannabis facing charges after insisting 'it was okay': Grenville OPP

Police in Grenville say one person is facing charges after finding readily available cannabis in their vehicle. (OPP/ X) Police in Grenville say one person is facing charges after finding readily available cannabis in their vehicle. (OPP/ X)
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Police in Grenville say one person is facing charges after finding readily available cannabis in their vehicle.

OPP said Friday night, a vehicle outside of Merrickville – County Road 15/16 came through a RIDE program stop. When police searched the driver’s car and found cannabis readily available, they insisted "it was okay," saying it was medicinal.

Police say "it is not."

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