Daily Archives: October 14, 2011
Two geniuses (and I use this word very lightly) were caught on camera stealing marijuana from a suspicious package, replacing the contents with lighter materials, and re-sealing it. I can’t believe they had no idea their actions would be discovered. Who on Earth would steal something while on camera and not try to disguise their faces? Or better yet, why not make the package at least weigh as much as the orignal contents?
OCTOBER 14–When a suspicious package arrived last month at a New York City post office, it was set aside for examination by postal inspectors since the 12-pound Express Mail package appeared consistent with parcels that had been previously used to ship narcotics across the country.
The cardboard box was placed for safekeeping on a supervisor’s desk in the Queens post office. But before the package could be examined by investigators, a postal employee allegedly took the parcel from the supervisor’s desk and, with the help of a coworker, cut open the box and removed a brick of marijuana.
According to the felony complaint, Lori Allen took the package from the desk and opened it with Coretta Womack, who put “several small square shaped boxes” back into the plundered package. Womack then added bubble wrap and re-sealed the parcel, according to federal agent Steven Demayo.
- Hell Yeah! Southern California Will Not Listen To The Federal Government In Regards To Medical Marijuana And Pushes Forward To Employ More Citizens! (practikel.com)
- Postal Service Finances As Bad As They Sound: Auditors (huffingtonpost.com)
- TheTeaParty.net Continues to Support Postal Reform (prweb.com)
- Marijuana, Inc. Officially Changes Stock Symbol To “HEMP” (hailmaryjane.com)