Police intercept delivery, seize pot ...

Police intercept delivery, seize pot and cocaine

There are 31 comments on the WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan story from Apr 17, 2008, titled Police intercept delivery, seize pot and cocaine. In it, WOOD-TV Grand Rapids and Michigan reports that:

Officers from the Kalamazoo Valley Enforcement Team intercepted a suspicious package that was being sent to a home in Sturgis from Laredo, Texas via a local distribution company Monday.

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Retired K-9 Handler

La Crosse, WI

#1 Apr 18, 2008
Good boy, Maverick!!!
some people

United States

#2 Apr 18, 2008
HOW stupid are people ??/???????
TD Jensen

Rockford, MI

#3 Apr 18, 2008
Well, looks like the dog was not that man's best friend.

Since: Feb 08

United States

#4 Apr 18, 2008
Thumbs up for those dogs! AWESOME noses they have. I wonder when people are actually gonna learn that there is a huge price to pay when your caught. Grow up!
via sat

Macomb, MI

#5 Apr 18, 2008
What an idiot.. Should of just sent it to the police department..

“michigan weather?!?”

Since: Apr 08

middleville mi

#6 Apr 18, 2008
i just get a kick out of ppl that try to smugle that stuff and 90% get cought because they are pulled over for speeding and ect.
jeepie

Detroit, MI

#7 Apr 18, 2008
Well we now know that spray foam, tape and plastic are not the answers. Thanks to those people in the field testing these methods. Perhaps when they get out of prison they can try something else.
Dmitri

Grand Rapids, MI

#8 Apr 18, 2008
There's a reason they call it DOPE!!!!!
nanook

Hudsonville, MI

#9 Apr 18, 2008
up goes the prices.
nanook

Hudsonville, MI

#10 Apr 18, 2008
up goes the price.
CES

Bridgeport, CT

#11 Apr 18, 2008
auntnana wrote:
i just get a kick out of ppl that try to smugle that stuff and 90% get cought because they are pulled over for speeding and ect.
It's probably the other way around in that 90% get away with it. But score one for the good guys today.
damn

Sterling Heights, MI

#12 Apr 18, 2008
What a waste of weed :)
Nick

Lincolnshire, IL

#13 Apr 18, 2008
Good Job Guys. Wish the article would give more information on how they came to be suspicious of the package. Was there a tip , did the post office notify them etc...

Also wonder if they will notify authorities in tx where it came from.
Sober

Grand Rapids, MI

#14 Apr 18, 2008
What a great story to start off reading online today! Its nice to know that all that is off the streets...Great Job!!

Since: Apr 08

Berkeley, Ca

#15 Apr 18, 2008
Why are we wasting the time to harrass people over drugs? Isn't it about time that we legalize drugs? This would reduce our prison population and reduce the cost of these drugs. It would also eliminate the high profits that the drug dealer now gets. Let the state handle the drugs like they do alcohol and tax it.
Mark

Knoxville, TN

#16 Apr 18, 2008
Lib Dem wrote:
Why are we wasting the time to harrass people over drugs? Isn't it about time that we legalize drugs? This would reduce our prison population and reduce the cost of these drugs. It would also eliminate the high profits that the drug dealer now gets. Let the state handle the drugs like they do alcohol and tax it.
Why are wasting bandwidth with all your BS?

Keep it in the land of fruits and nuts and leave flyover country alone.
Loser

Grand Rapids, MI

#17 Apr 18, 2008
Lib Dem wrote:
Why are we wasting the time to harrass people over drugs? Isn't it about time that we legalize drugs? This would reduce our prison population and reduce the cost of these drugs. It would also eliminate the high profits that the drug dealer now gets. Let the state handle the drugs like they do alcohol and tax it.
RIGHT ON! Lets legalize drugs so that I can stop paying 33.7% of my hard earned income to pay for these good for nothing drug addicts. Who will have wasted away the social security I have paid into for 26 years. Let them pay their own way in the world, instead of the lib dems who want to provide handouts to all those who just dont seem to want to be productive parts of the community.

Why work when the gov't will dilute social security and provide free insurance to people who get headaches and are recovering drug addicts or have social anxiety disorders. To list a very very few "acceptibel illness."

Oh yeah, lets refuse to provide social security disablity benefits or provide any health care to a 20 plus year auto worker who, was laid off a few years back. Who know has a rare infection and is blind due to diabetes. Whose wife, who was never a part of the American work force, and her 5 children have been told by the gov't "you dont deserve benefits." "You are on your own, figure out how to provide for your family while you are in the hospital for three months."

Legalize drugs so you all can drop out and pay for yourselves, and your issues. STOP TAXING ME!

Disclaimer: "You all" refers to any individual who prefers to engage in narcotic drug use and expect others to give a S*** about them and their problems. As well as provide gov't monies to assist them in being exceptional productive members of this society.
John

Antioch, TN

#19 Apr 18, 2008
Humm i wonder what was so suspicious about the package....
Leo

AOL

#20 Apr 18, 2008
I don't see this story at sturgisjournal.com . I wonder why?

Since: Apr 08

Rockford, MI

#21 Apr 18, 2008
I would rather be driving the freeway along side a pot smoker than a drunker. But, the officials we elect seem to think that driving unconsciously with your foot to the floor is safer than driving 10 miles under the limit and remarking how beautiful the flowers are. Ah, 'tis a fine world we live in, indeed.

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