JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Some hemp oil products have been pulled from the shelves at Jackson stores following visits by police.

Jackson Whole Grocer stopped selling the products after authorities told the store it could face charges.

The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation claims a product sold in the stores contained traceable amounts of THC, making it illegal to possess or sell.

Authorities say the hemp oil from CV Sciences tested positive for THC.

Josh Hendrix, director of business development at CV Sciences, disagrees with the state's claim, saying the company's products do not come from marijuana.