February 10th, Kennewick police conducted a drug bust that wound up revealing a lot more than what they originally thought. They seized a vehicle that turned out to have lots of goodies. Pictured are the actual items taken.

The vehicle was searched, and besides finding lots of pot, police also found dozens of bags of what are often referred to as 'goodies' or edibles in the pot world. Not only was the marijuana well above the legal THC limits sold in state pot stores, but the edibles were also infused. Many pot stores sell food or candy items laced or infused with pot, so you can enjoy your treats and the pot effects at the same time.

Police said the candy, which looked like regular gummy worms, cheesecake and other items, was not packaged in what they called a 'traditional' manner for sale. But what was inside appeared to be exactly the same as what you'd find in the store.

A lot of pot infused edibles seized in drug bust (Kennewick police)

Authorities are not sure yet who the intended 'customers' were, but caution people who do enjoy pot or the marijuana-laced edibles to know where they came from.

It appears somebody was attempting to black market edibles, and given the potency of the marijuana itself, it's quite possible the edibles contained more levels of pot than what are sold in the state stores.

As far as we have seen, this is the first such example of somebody trying to sell black market pot edibles in the Tri-Cities. We've seen numerous pot busts of people trying to skirt around the post stores, but haven't seen this quantity of edibles since pot was legalized.