WASHINGTON -- Adam Eidinger, co-owner of the hemp stores raided by the Metropolitan Police Department in late October, announced this morning on Twitter that there is a warrant out for his arrest, and he is turning himself in to the police.
Eidinger told The Huffington Post that the warrant relates to the seizure of some $300,000 worth of merchandise and other store property taken by police during the October raids. The merchandise includes water pipes, cash registers and vaporizers.
Read the application filed by the Metropolitan Police Department in support of their warrant to search Capitol Hemp here.
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