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Mother linked to massive vaping operation faces six felonies

Huffhines Courtney
Posted at 1:23 PM, Oct 01, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-01 18:13:13-04

KENOSHA — Courtney Huffhines of the Village of Paddock Lake is facing six felony charges in connection with the massive vaping operation that allegedly involves her sons, according to the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department.

Huffhines, 43, is being held on the following felony charges:

  • Maintaining a drug trafficking place
  • Misappropriation of personal identifying materials
  • Maintaining a drug traffic place, as a party to a crime
  • Possession with intent to deliver THC over 10,000 grams, as a party to a crime (two counts)
  • Manufacture/deliver THC greater than 10,000 grams, as a party to a crime

Cash bond for Huffhines was set at $100,000 on Tuesday in court. A preliminary hearing was set for Oct. 11.

At 3 p.m. Sept. 30, Huffhines was taken into custody at the Public Safety Building as a result of the ongoing investigation into the illegal manufacture of THC-filled vape cartridges that allegedly involve her sons,Tyler Huffhines and Jacob Huffhines, according to the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department.

Courtney Huffhines' arrest is a result of the continued investigation into the illegal manufacture of THC-filled vape cartridges in the 7900 block of Williamsburg Court in the village of Bristol.