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Oooh, this smells! Cops bust Bushwick pot ring

The Brooklyn Paper

Police intercepted a CARE package filled with 38 pounds of marijuana from a Morgan Avenue warehouse this morning.

The box was shipped from an out-of-state address and was en route to an address on the Bowery in Manhattan when Fed Ex employees noticed that it was emitting a familiar smell reminiscent of a college dormitory.

They turned the box over to the 90th Precinct narcotics team, which is investigating the location near Ingraham Street — and the folks who mailed the stash.

“This is a huge find,” said Deputy Inspector Michael Kemper, the precinct’s commanding officer. “The box was from somewhere in California, but [finding the perps] is not as easy as you’d think. We’ve got to track down everyone involved.”

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Sam from Bkny says:
Stupid. Just legalize it already.
Feb. 8, 2011, 5:14 pm
justice from greenpoint says:
Come on, you didn't have to turn it in. Just do your job and deliver it. I agree just legalize it already, for cryin out loud.
Feb. 10, 2011, 4:27 pm
diceman from bushwixk says:
those guys send with no fingerprints, no return address, no name on the sending address, those dudes are ghost..I would focus on the hard dope.
Sept. 10, 2012, 9:22 am

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