Tulsa World reports
Medical cannabis lab under investigation amid allegations of falsified test results
A medical cannabis testing laboratory is the subject of an investigation by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority amid allegations of falsifying product test results.
Agency officials confirmed F.A.S.T. Laboratories, which has its headquarters in Oklahoma City, has pending inquiries with the OMMA and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
OMMA Director of Communications Terri Watkins told the Tulsa World, “I can confirm there is an ongoing investigation” into F.A.S.T. Laboratories and its owner, Kyle Felling, but said “there is nothing else I can provide to you at this time.”
Meanwhile, OBNDD Communications Director Mark Woodward said “OBN isn’t in a position to discuss the actions of our agency regarding FAST Labs” at this point.
Neither Watkins nor Woodward was able to provide a timeline on when their work may be complete, nor did they provide specific details about the reasons for the investigations or say whether the two agencies are working together on the matter.
F.A.S.T. Laboratories of Oklahoma City, which lists Felling as an email contact, is one of only about two dozen licensed laboratories listed in the OMMA’s public database, which was last updated on Wednesday.