CRA Takes Disciplinary Action Against Licensees in Detroit, Kawkawlin, Warren, Mount Morris, Wayne, Owosso, Chesaning, Ann Arbor, Au Gres, and Niles

Administrative formal complaints and disciplinary actions taken against adult-use/medical licensees in February are now available for review in the Cannabis Regulatory Agency’s February 2023 Disciplinary Action Report.

This month’s disciplinary actions:

  • Detroit – Utopia Gardens, LLC for METRC non-compliance (link)
  • Kawkawlin – Blumfield Secure Transport, LLC for AFS non-compliance (link)
  • Warren – Free Reign, LLC for AFS non-compliance (link)
  • Mount Morris – Green Light District Thetford, Inc for AFS non-compliance (link)
  • Wayne – Holistic Health Wayne, Inc for AFS non-compliance (link, link, link)
  • Detroit/Owosso – JARS HOLDINGS, LLC dba Jars Cannabis for AFS non-compliance (link)
  • Chesaning – Makana Fields, LLC for General operational issues, non-compliant waste disposal, METRC non-compliance (link)
  • Ann Arbor – MLL William, Inc. dba Treehouse 603 for AFS non-compliance (link)
  • Au Gres – Pure Green, LLC for non-compliant waste disposal (link)
  • Chesaning/Niles – The Releaf Center of Niles, LLC dba The Releaf Center for Compassionate Care for AFS non-compliance, METRC non-compliance, non-compliant sales (link, link, link, link)
  • Chesaning – TRCOL of Niles, LLC dba TriMed Farm for non-compliant waste disposal (link)
  • Detroit – Treelated Health Cener, LLC for AFS non-compliance (link)

Click here for more information regarding Disciplinary Action Reports.

The disciplinary actions taken against CRA licensees may be viewed in the public-facing database for CRA licensees.

To view disciplinary documents:

  • Click the “Find a Cannabis Business in our Database” button on the front page of the CRA website.
  • On the landing page, determine the type of license – adult-use or medical – and click the appropriate link.
  • Search for the business and then click the licensee’s link to see their landing page in the CRA database; all publicly available disciplinary documents will be linked at the bottom of the record.

Members of the public may submit their complaints online via the updated complaint submission process. The Citizens’ Guide to Filing a Complaint is available on the CRA website and walks the complainant through the simple and easy process to file an online complaint with the CRA.

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