Dixie Elixers’ CEO Vincent “Tripp” Keber Pleads Guilty To Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession
Vincent “Tripp” Keber, CEO of the Denver-based Dixie Elixirs medical marijuana edibles company, plead guilty to misdemeanor marijuana possession in Alabama last month.
According to the Denver Post, Keber was arrested on May 18th while attending the Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. He was found with a small amount of concentrated marijuana which was originally mistook for cocaine by his arresting officers.
Keber will be just fine if he can stay trouble-free and abstain from using marijuana for the next two years. He will also be required to submit to random drug screenings and check in with his Alabama authorities on a daily basis. “This is a situation during some vacation where I basically made an error in judgement,” said Keber.
“This is a situation during some vacation where I basically made an error in judgement.” – Vincent “Trip” Keber
Since Alabama lacks a medical marijuana or decriminalization law, the incident didn’t turn out like it would have for the Denver native had he been in his home town. If Keber had been stopped in Colorado, he most likely wouldn’t have faced any criminal charges. Instead, Keber now faces up to a year in jail if he violates probation.
Luckily, Keber reported that he has informed the Colorado Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division about the incident and said he does not believe they will have an impact on the company’s license.
Dixie Elixers is a Colorado-based medical marijuana infused products company that has been making MMJ drinks and edibles since 2009.
Dixie Elixirs & Edibles is one of the most recognizable names in the industry. They have a number of infused products, including topicals, drinks, and edibles.Based in Colorado, Dixie Elixers was founded in 2009 by …
Tripp Keber is the Owner and Managing Director of Dixie Elixirs & Edibles, President and CEO of Red Dice Holdings, as well as Board Member and Director of Medical Marijuana, Inc. (OTC: MJNA). He is …