DENVER (AP) — More information about several arrests related to last year's raids of Colorado medical marijuana businesses could soon be released.
The arrests were made Friday but federal prosecutors wouldn't release their names or describe the nature of the case. They said they were a part of a sealed indictment that could become public Monday.
At least one owner of a Colorado medical marijuana business raided by federal agents last year was among those arrested and another has been indicted.
Federal authorities in November raided more than a dozen sites, many of them in Denver and Boulder, confiscating piles of marijuana plants and cartons of cannabis-infused drinks and edibles.