View Full Version : New Challenge for Police: Finding Pot in Lollipops and Marshmallows

05-17-2015, 06:32 AM
After nearly 20 years on the job, Jim Jeffries, the police chief in LaFollette, Tenn., has seen his share of marijuana seizures dry green buds stashed in trunks or beneath seats, often double-bagged to smother the distinctive scent.

But these days, Chief Jeffries is on the lookout for something unexpected: lollipops and marshmallows.
Recently his officers pulled over a Chevy Blazer driven by a couple with three children in tow. Inside, the officers discovered 24 pounds of marijuana-laced cookies and small hard candies shaped like gingerbread men, plus a tub of pungent marijuana butter perfect for making more.
The bags of Kraft marshmallows looked innocent enough. But a meat injector was also found in the car. After searching the Internet, Chief Jeffries realized that the marshmallows probably had been infused with the marijuana butter and heat-sealed into their bags.
Here is an idea Einstein, concentrate your resources on the real problems we face today, pot is not worth wasting time and resources, it's time to enter the current century.

05-19-2015, 01:32 PM
Legalization for recreational use is going to be on a lot of state ballots in 2016. I'm guessing that it will pass in a lot of those states, too. I wouldn't be shocked if Obama legalized it at a federal level in December of 2016, but he will full-out enforce the laws against it until then.