State investigating Moses Lake marijuana retailer over allegations of ‘obstructing’ law enforcement | Columbia BasinPosted by On

MOSES LAKE – The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is investigating a marijuana retailer in Moses Lake accused of harassing and obstructing law enforcement.

Moses Lake Police Chief Kevin Fuhr says his agency filed a complaint after video surfaced of The Green Seed owner Amy Dalluge berating a Washington State Patrol Trooper during a traffic stop in her business’ parking lot in September 2022.

Fuhr says his officers have been subjected to Dalluge’s harassing demeanor even after she’s called them to her business for assistance.

The Green Seed has been in business for nearly ten years, according to the state’s department of revenue’s website.

Fuhr says Dalluge has a history of verbally attacking his officers as well as Washington State Patrol and Grant County Sheriff’s deputies.

Video of Washington State Trooper Yasin Anwar and Amy Dalluge, owner of The Green Seed marijuana dispensary in Moses Lake 

In the video that is circulating online, Dalluge aggressively chastises Trooper Yasin Anwar during a traffic stop that ended up in The Green Seed’s parking lot. Anwar told Source ONE News that he had pulled over a motorist who wasn’t wearing his seatbelt and the motorist had decided to pull over into The Green Seed parking lot. Washington State Patrol Trooper and…

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