PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — In their initial court appearance, two men who are suspected of operating a magic mushroom company in Portland known as Shroom house made their initial appearance in the court system of Multnomah County. Thursday’s search of the store resulted in the detention of both of the men.
On Friday, KOIN made the discovery that Steven Tachie was included in corporate ownership records connected to the activities of Shroom Houses.
Alongside Jeremiahs Geronimo, who was recognized as the store’s manager, Tachie made an appearance in Multnomah County Court on Friday afternoon. Tachie is known as the owner or boss of Shroom House. Geronimo was recognized as the store’s manager.
According to the court filings, Steven Tachie was born in Canada, specifically in the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia. Geronimo pleaded not guilty, while Tachie chose not to enter a plea in this case. According to the court filings, Steven Tachie was born in Canada, specifically in the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia.
Geronimo pleaded not guilty, while Tachie chose not to enter a plea in this case. In addition, Geronimo does not have any family or friends in the Portland area, according to the officials.
We recently found out that in addition to these brand new accusations that have been brought against Geronimo in Portland, he also has a warrant out for his arrest in Linn County dating back to 2015 for failing to appear in court.
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Because of their involvement with the Shroom House, both Tachie and Geronimo are currently being prosecuted for several serious felonies. These allegations include ten counts of money laundering as well as ten counts of illegal supply of a prohibited drug near a school.
The state views the two suspects in this case as potential flight risks because neither of them is from Portland and the allegations against them involve the concealment of significant sums of money. As a response, the judge decided that each of their bails should be set at $1.5 million. In the latter part of this month, Geronimo and Tachie are scheduled to appear in court once more. The state has indicated that they will be requesting a grand jury in the matter of Tachie.
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