Deputies accuse Medway man of trafficking marijuana, hashish, dabs

Clark County deputies alleged a search uncovered hashish, marijuana and dabs packaged for sale in a Medway man’s house.

Tyler Neitzel, 21, of 10816 Lower Valley Pike, has been charged with illegal manufacture/cultivation of drugs, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs, possession of drugs and two counts of trafficking in drugs.

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He pleaded not guilty to the charges in Clark County Municipal Court on Tuesday and his bond was set at $75,000.

On July 4, officers observed a man leaving Neitzel’s home and shortly after, pulled him over for a lane violation. They searched the man and, according to police reports, allegedly found bags of marijuana on him.

Six days later, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant on Neitzel’s house and allegedly found several firearms, raw marijuana and equipment used to manufacture daps, according to court records. Dab is made from marijuana but contains a higher concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol and appears as a waxy substance.

Neitzel allegedly had 157 grams of hashish, an extract of marijuana containing concentrations of the psychoactive resins, and 157 grams of dabs, according to court records.


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