Teenagers Arrested for Selling THC E-Cigarettes on Social Media

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Teenagers Arrested for Selling THC E-Cigarettes on Social Media
Two Texas teenagers were arrested for selling THC-infused e-cigarettes through social media platforms, according to KBTX TV.

According to a report from KBTX TV on October 7, two teenagers have been arrested in Texas, United States, for allegedly selling e-cigarettes containing THC, a component of marijuana. The individuals were found to be conducting the sales through various social media platforms.


The police have announced that Anthony Doughty, aged 17, and Kyeia Chavez, aged 19, openly sold these e-cigarettes on their social media platforms, Instagram and Snapchat.


The police, under anonymous identities, managed to contact two teenagers and gather details about the specific transaction. After arranging a meeting with them, the authorities proceeded to arrest the teenagers.


Dotti and Chavez are both facing charges of manufacturing and trafficking controlled substances after being arrested for unlawful possession of weapons. Currently, both teenagers are awaiting trial in prison.


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