SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - An attorney who works in the Salt Lake City attorney's office has been charged with making a marijuana byproduct in a makeshift lab at his home.
James Robinson was charged Friday in 3rd District Court with operation of a clandestine laboratory, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and possession or use of a controlled substance.
His two sons, 21-year-old Alexander and 18-year-old Zachary Robinson, were charged Wednesday with similar violations.
The three were arrested following a search of their home Tuesday.
They are accused of manufacturing the marijuana byproduct called "Dab" or "Shatter," a concentrated, caramel-like substance produced from raw pot.
The 50-year-old Robinson has represented the police department in civil matters.
It's unclear if he has an attorney. Efforts to reach him at home were unsuccessful.
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