Man Who Sold Weed Through Vending Machine Attached to Home Pleads Guilty in Court


The Detroit man who operated a weed vending machine attached to his residence for 4 years pleaded guilty to a gun charge.

Marcellus Cornwell was arrested on gun charges in 2022 after ATF agents executed a search warrant on his residence. According to the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, authorities were made aware of a vending machine that was bolted to the side of Cornwell’s residence that dispensed marijuana to customers.

When the residence was searched, Cornwell, who has a felony record and is not allowed to own a gun, had ammunition and 18 firearms.

Cornwell, who admitted to making $2,000 a day from the vending machine, was never charged with a drug crime in the case.

On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to the gun charge from 2022. He faces up to 10 years in prison.


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