Thousands sign petition for Texas teen who may face life in prison for pot brownies
Corinne Ton That, CTVNews.ca
More than 100,000 people have signed an online petition for a Texas teen who faces between five years to life in prison for allegedly making and selling marijuana brownies, demanding that his charges be reduced.
Jacob Lavoro, 19, was arrested in April after police found 1.5 pounds of brownies in his Round Rock, Texas home, along with marijuana and hash oil. Lavoro now faces a first-degree felony charge that could potentially lead to life in prison.
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