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Phoenix police raid medical marijuana business

Authorities seized records, cash and high-grade marijuana after serving a search warrant at a Phoenix medical-marijuana club.

The Arizona Republic says Phoenix police detectives believe Club 2811 twisted Arizona’s medical-marijuana law for profit.

Six employees of the business were detained and questioned by police Wednesday.

Police say the case will be submitted to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office for prosecution.

Police say if Club 2811 were to sell medical marijuana for profit again, detectives will likely return.

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