Arrest Made After Colorado Resident Mails Marijuana to Wrong Address
Who knew mail-order marijuana was a real service?
Actually, it technically isn't. But a man in Virginia was just arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute in connection with an incident in which drugs were mailed to the wrong address by someone from Montrose, Colorado, through the United States Postal Service.
According to Denver7, officers intercepted a package meant for Dakota Allen Dewitt, 24, after it was accidentally sent to another address in Waynesboro, Virginia.
The package, which contained 2 pounds of marijuana, never made it into Dewitt's hands, as he was arrested after authorities staged a sting operation to catch him.
It's not clear whether the person who sent the package was arrested or will face charges, or if the identity of this person is even known.