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Eighth person charge in Huffhines vape case appears in court

The eighth person charged in the Huffhines vaping cases posted bond shortly after making his initial appearance in court.

Wesley Webb, 20, of Racine, is charged with one count of manufacture and delivery of THC over 10,000 grams as a party to a crime.

Webb is alleged to have been hired by Tyler Huffhines to help transport THC from California to Bristol.

At his initial appearance Wednesday, Webb appeared voluntarily with an attorney, and his bond was set at $5,000. He posted shortly after his hearing.

Webb is one of five people alleged to have worked for the black-market THC vape manufacturing and sales operation, allegedly operated by three members of the Huffhines family of Paddock Lake.

The operation is alleged to have been producing as many as 5,000 vape cartridges a day, at first from a Union Grove real estate office, then from a condominium in Bristol rented under a false name.

Prosecutors said Tyler Huffhines, 20, was the ringleader of the operation, which he allegedly ran with the help of his brother Jacob Huffhines, 23, and their mother Courtney Huffhines, a 43-year-old real estate agent.

Tyler and Jacob have been held in jail on multiple felony charges since their arrest in September. Their mother Courtney is free on $100,000 bond.

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