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More Arrests May Be Coming In Illegal Vapes Case

KENOSHA, WI—Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth says there may still be more arrests in the Huffhines illegal vaping case.

Tyler Huffhines was the alleged mastermind behind the operation which made and then distributed the THC laced vapes through an expansive network. His brother Jacob is also charged in connection with the case.

Beth told WLIP’s Happenings Q and A that the investigation just started at the source. 




Officials are still awaiting test results to see if the Huffhines’ alleged vapes are connected to dozens of cases of chemical pneumonia which have led to seven deaths nationwide.  

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