NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Prosecutors are reportedly planning to drop charges against a man caught up in an apparent marijuana mix-up.

The man was picking up hemp, but it was intercepted while being delivered to a CBD shop in Brooklyn.

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The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office says Ronen Levy’s marijuana possession case will likely be dismissed on Dec. 2.

Levy was arrested Nov. 2 after trying to pick up 106 pounds of plants.

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The Levys said the plants were legal hemp used to extract CBD.

Police said the product tested positive for marijuana, causing the apparent drug bust mix-up.

“Everything was fine,” said Jahala Dudley of Fox Holler Farms. “We’ve done shipments with FedEx before, many times.”

(Credit: CBS2)

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Dudley’s farm shipped more than $17,000 worth of their product to Brooklyn – before it ended up sitting in an NYPD warehouse.