New York Attorney General Letitia James, Governor Kathy Hochul, and the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) shut down seven of Tulley’s unlicensed cannabis dispensaries in Cayuga, Oswego, and Wayne counties on Monday.  The stores are the first to be shut down in New York State.  Tulley says he will one day have the largest marijuana company in the country.


According to the AG’s Office, the unlicensed dispensary chain, “I’m Stuck” — which had eight locations in Upstate New York — was illegally selling cannabis without the proper authorization from OCM and selling cannabis to underage customers.

Tulley’s stores in Auburn, Lyons, Macedon, Ontario, Pulaski, and Williamson were shut down with the assistance and support of the New York State Police.

All Photos by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes Daily News.