(CNN) — A former reporter who infamously quit by using profanity on live television could be in hot water with police. Authorities in Alaska raided the cannabis club she owns — looking for proof of drug sales.
Charlene Egbe, better known as Charlo Greene watched as Anchorage police served her a warrant on Friday, March 20th and raided the Alaska Cannabis Club.
“Any evidence we find here in pursuit to the investigation, we would seize that evidence and likely some charges will be filed,” Anchorage Police Department spokesperson Jennifer Castro said.
Egbe was a reporter until she admitted she owned the club and then quit. She ran into some trouble after Anchorage police received reports the cannabis club she owns was selling marijuana and other products.
Although recreational use of the drug is legal, the commercial sale of it is not.
“It’s a good reminder that you cannot sell marijuana in Alaska or any product in any other form,” Castro said.
Fairview Community Council President Christopher Constant says he wanted to speak with club members but he was denied.
“I really appreciate that APD and the cap team has done the right thing and cleaned this thing up because we need to have a process that is regulated like alcohol,” Constant said.
Constant says he would like to see the place shut down, at least until the commercial sale of marijuana is legal.
“She might be selling some cannabis on the side, but that’s really what she’s out to do is to make a name for herself. I’ll be happy when she leaves the state and plays with Snoop Dogg and her friends because she’ll be better suited for that than our little neighborhood in Alaska,” Constant said.