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Mother and sons convicted in Kenosha County THC vape ring avoid prison time

WEATHER NEAR YOUR LOCATION. THE THREE PEOPLE WHO RAN A MASSIVE BLACK MARKET VAPE RING IN KENOSHA COUNTY WILL NOT GO TO PRISON. KENOSHA COUNTY CIRCUIT JUDGE BRUCE SCHRADER ORDERED FINES FOR BROTHERS JACOB AND TYLER HUFFINES, AS WELL AS THEIR MOTHER, COURTNEY, ALONG WITH FINES OF AT LEAST $10,000. JACOB AND TYLER ALSO GOT TWO YEARS PROBATION, BUT NONE OF THEM WILL SPEND TIME IN PRISON. THE BROTHERS PLEADED GUILTY TO POSSESSION OF THC WITH INTENT TO SELL. PROSECUTORS SAY THE BROTHERS RAN A THC VA

Mother and sons convicted in Kenosha County THC vape ring avoid prison time

Brothers Jacob and Tyler Huffhines, along with their mother Courtney, will pay fines and be placed on probation.

Updated: 5:18 PM CST Nov 18, 2022

All three of the people connected to a massive black-market THC vape ring in Kenosha County will avoid prison time. Brothers Jacob and Tyler Huffhines along with their mother, Courtney Huffhines, were all charged back in 2019 after a massive raid at a Bristol condominium . Huffhines, a real estate agent, had helped rent the condo to her sons where a massive stash of THC oil and packaging materials worth $1.5 million were uncovered, according to prosecutors. Jacob and Tyler were charged with injecting THC into tens of thousands of vape cartridges and selling them on the street. Police say they also recovered nearly $60,000 in cash along with guns and drugs at the family’s Paddock Lake home. The weed vape cartridges were also being packaged at Courtney Huffhines’ real estate office.All three made plea deals with the Kenosha County District Attorney, with the sentences handed out on Friday.Tyler Huffhines, 23, was not fined and placed on three years probation .Jacob Huffhines, 26, was fined $10,000 and placed on two years probation. Courtney Huffines, 46, was fined a total of $15,000. Kenosha Co. Judge Bruce Schroeder presided over the case. Judge Schroeder is the same judge who presided over the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

All three of the people connected to a massive black-market THC vape ring in Kenosha County will avoid prison time.

Brothers Jacob and Tyler Huffhines along with their mother, Courtney Huffhines, were all charged back in 2019 after a massive raid at a Bristol condominium. Huffhines, a real estate agent, had helped rent the condo to her sons where a massive stash of THC oil and packaging materials worth $1.5 million were uncovered, according to prosecutors.

Jacob and Tyler were charged with injecting THC into tens of thousands of vape cartridges and selling them on the street. Police say they also recovered nearly $60,000 in cash along with guns and drugs at the family’s Paddock Lake home. The weed vape cartridges were also being packaged at Courtney Huffhines’ real estate office.

All three made plea deals with the Kenosha County District Attorney, with the sentences handed out on Friday.

Tyler Huffhines, 23, was not fined and placed on three years probation.

Jacob Huffhines, 26, was fined $10,000 and placed on two years probation.

Courtney Huffines, 46, found a total of $15,000.

Kenosha Co. Judge Bruce Schroeder presided over the case. Judge Schroeder is the same judge who presided over the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.

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