Mary Jane’s Home Dispensary of the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division closed

Mary Jane’s House at 3899 Quentin Street in Denver has been temporarily closed by the state’s Marijuana Enforcement Division.

A notice posted on the doors of the Northeast Denver pharmacy, posted by the MED, states that licenses related to the business “have been suspended by order of the state licensing agency for alleged violation of the Colorado Marijuana Code.”

The suspension notice doesn’t say which part of Mary Jane’s House state’s marijuana regulations is charged with violating it, and the MED has declined to comment, citing an open investigation into the deal. Mary Jane’s house did not respond to an interview request.

Mary Jane’s House, one of the closest pharmacies to Denver International Airport, opened under April Blundell in 2019. According to MED licensing documents, the current owner of the store license is Gavriel Barazani, and the company did not attempt to register with the state as a pharmacy called “Mr. G” until Jan. 1. The exterior of the closed pharmacy still bears Mary Jane’s house brand, however.

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The pharmacies at 3899 Quentin Street haven’t had much success since recreational sales began in 2014. Mary Jane’s House had been around the longest, a little over two years old, being the third on-site pharmacy in an industrial center off Interstate 70. Before it was Mary Jane’s house, the place was a Pink House and Nuggs pharmacy.

Update: This story has been updated to add the name of the current owner of the pharmacy as per the MED.

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