Saturday, September 11, 2010

Pot pilfered from police

From the Waterville Morning Sentinel:
About 1,000 marijuana plants were stolen from a Farmington law enforcement storage facility overnight Tuesday.
Farmington police officers discovered the break-in Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., according to police Chief Jack Peck.
An overhead garage door had been "pried open" and much of the marijuana, seized Tuesday in a northern Franklin County drug raid, was gone, Peck said.
 I find this delightful.  The police have no business going on someone's land and removing marijuana.  It's nice to see cops get theirs stolen.  I hope that prosecuting the growers is too difficult now that the evidence is gone.  Maybe they will get off.

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