Hash Oil Explosion
Authorities are urging people to not make hash oil at home but to buy it in a store, legally. This comes after the dangerous problem of explosions, caused by people making hash oil, that’s becoming more common in Colorado.
Denver city leaders will consider this week whether to make it against the law to make hash oil at home, a process that can lead to explosive results.
Three hash oil operators have been charged after they were badly burned in an explosion at a Denver warehouse.
A man is facing charges of arson and reckless endangerment for a hash oil explosion in Colorado’s high country.
Denver prosecutors have charged three people suspected of causing an explosion at a warehouse while trying to extract hash oil from marijuana.
Since recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado, fire departments around the state have battled an unanticipated problem — fires linked to people trying to extract hash oil from marijuana in their homes.
Two people are facing arson and child abuse charges after police say there was a hash oil explosion inside their apartment in Manitou Springs.
Two people are facing arson and child abuse charges after police say there was a hash oil explosion inside their Manitou Springs apartment.
A man suspected of starting a hash oil explosion that damaged the apartment he was living in with his two children told police he learned about the process online.
Authorities are investigating a hash oil explosion at a home in Leadville.