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Posted Jun 24, 2022 in Newsroom

RIGHTEOUSNESS: The two men have not yet been charged. One person has been arrested on two counts of Promoting Drug Abuse in the Second Degree and two counts of Promoting Drug Abuse in the Second Degree. The second person is arrested on another charge of Promoting Drugs in the second degree. They were later released pending further investigation.

HONOLULU – The Hawaiʻi Department of Health (DOH) and the Hawaiʻi Department of Public Safety (PSD) have organized a comprehensive warranty to search and embargo products in many areas of Pinky’s Hempire.

The PSD Narcotics Enforcement Division (NED), with the help of the Honolulu Police Department and State Sheriffs, executed search warrants at Pinky’s Hempire stores located at 1013 Maunakea Street in Downtown Honolulu and 209 Kaiulani Avenue in Waikiki. State Narcotics Agents arrested two people. One person has been arrested on two counts of Promoting Drug Abuse in the Second Degree and two counts of Promoting Drug Abuse in the Second Degree. The second person is arrested on another charge of Promoting Drugs in the second degree. They were later released pending further investigation. Defendants are considered not guilty unless they are found guilty in a court of law.

“The Department of Public Safety Sheriffs and NED have teamed up with the Department of Health to eradicate illegal businesses,” said Jordan Lowe, PSD Deputy Chief Justice. “We want to make sure businesses fully understand the consequences they face when they break the law.”

The staff of DOH Food and Drug Branch stopped the rest of the product at these two stores as it was considered a potential health hazard. DOH received two reports of illness.

“We want to make it clear that illegal activities are not allowed,” said Lori Nagatoshi, DOH Food and Drug Branch Program Manager. “We thank our colleagues who do the job of protecting the people of Hawaii.”

PSD Narcotics Enforcement has made a search warrant for two locations in Pinky’s Hempire.

DOH workers inventory products for embargo

Click here to take photos (Courtesy DOH / PSD)

PDF: DOH, PSD facilitates the production of warranty, embargo products on Pinky’s Hempire.

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