UNDATED (WKZO) -- They claim they were just a network of card carrying caregivers that called them selves the Michigan Medical Marijuana Team. Police claim they were growing and selling for recreational use too,
Police obtained 28-warrants in 5 West Michigan counties, raiding over two dozen addresses and arresting 25 people.
Kent County Undersheriff John Hess says they spent months with wire-taps, making buys and gathering evidence.
Police claim they were charging up to 32-hundred dollars a pound for their weed, which was surplus from their legal caregiving operations.
Over 160-officers from 16-different federal, state, county and local police agencies investigated addresses in Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon, Kalamazoo and Grand Traverse Counties.