The moves comes after state police and the FBI raided several locations of HydroWorld Tuesday.
“Initially when I got there I thought they were robbed. I didn’t know they were robbed by the FBI said Trisha Burch.
It’s an experience HydroWorld vendor Trisha Burch says she will never forget.
“Everyone that was inside the building, was in handcuffs on the floor,” said Burch.
6 News spoke with the DEA about the raids.
“It’s like a catch 20-20 you can be legal you can be legal but we can take it from you we can prosecute you anytime,” said Burch.
HydroWorld owner Danny Trevino says he was surprised how authorities dealt with his pot business.
“To me they could have handled it a little better. go after it civilly like a public nuisance instead of criminally,” said Trevino.
So what’s next for HydroWorld?
“I’m going to stay in the business man. This is what I do. This is all I know.” said Trevino.
Trevino says the raids won’t drive him out of business.