Univesity of Delaware Student Charged with Pot-Laced Goodies Business

They're like Froot Loops — but trippier.

A University of Delaware student is facing multiple drug charges after being accused of manufacturing and selling food laced with marijuana, including treats that bear a strong resemblance to Froot Loops and bunny-shaped gummies.

Dylan Nunn, 22, a hotel and restaurant management and entrepreneurial minor (hmm…) is alleged to have run a home shop in his Newark, Delaware, apartment called “The Bakery” where he concocted and sold the pot-infused food.

Dylan Nunn. Photo | Newark Police

Dylan Nunn. Photo | Newark Police

During a search warrant on May 20th, the Newark Police Department Street Crimes Unit and officers from the Natural Resources Police State Parks Enforcement say they discovered 62 dosage units of LSD, 3,522 grams of raw and edible marijuana products, associated drug paraphernalia and several stolen street signs.

The search warrant followed an investigation that began on May 8th after an officer from State Parks Enforcement say they found Nunn in White Clay Creek State Park with 460 grams of edible marijuana packaged for sale.

Nunn, who’s from Washington, D.C., was taken into custody without incident, arraigned and released after posting $50,000 bond.

He’s been charged with dealing LSD in a Tier II quantity, dealing marijuana in a Tier III quantity, possession of a controlled substance (LSD), possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of receiving stolen property.

On the most severe of the drug dealing charges, Nunn faces a maximum of five years in prison.

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