The Department of Public Health has issued a warning to Leafly that it may be in violation of the state law prohibiting advertisements for marijuana delivery services suggesting that they are operating without state oversight. State officials reiterated this week that the delivery options appear to be in direct violation of the provision of the medical marijuana law that limit most caregivers to one patient; and prohibit them from profiting in the transaction. Only the state's nine dispensaries are permitted to sell marijuana to multiple patients. After being notified of the states' concerns the site Weedmaps had removed it's services. In another development a caregiver from Quincy has been arrested and charged with Distribution (marijuana) - Distribution (THC oil) - Possession (marijuana) With Intent to Distribute - Possession (THC oil) With Intent to Distribute) and Cultivation of Marijuana. Should he be adjudicated guilty of all charges he will be facing incarceration (minimally) of 5-7 years.