Cops Invite Person Who Left Bag Of Marijuana at Police Station to Come and Get It
The police department even gave instructions on how to get it back.
Police in Ohio have posted a rather incriminating piece of property that was discovered near the entrance of their headquarters — a wayward bag of weed.
The Euclid Police Department found a bag of marijuana in the driveway near the public entrance to their precinct and posted it to Facebook Tuesday morning.
“If you were visiting the Euclid Police Department yesterday, and lost your bag of marijuana, it was found by an officer in the driveway where the public enters the station,” the message said.
They also gave instructions on how to “get it back": "To retrieve your bag of marijuana, please come to the Euclid Police Department, Monday through Friday, during business hours. Please remember to bring ID.”
Marijuana is not legal in Ohio without a medical permit, so the chances of claiming the pot without proper identification could lead to more than someone would bargain for — possible arrest or summons.
Ohio became the 25th state in the country last month after Governor John Kasich signed House Bill 523 allowing medical marijuana legal in the Buckeye State.
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