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2 Arrested After Accepting Marijuana FedEx Delivery, DEA Says

There are 9 comments on the NBC 30 Hartford story from Mar 30, 2008, titled 2 Arrested After Accepting Marijuana FedEx Delivery, DEA Says. In it, NBC 30 Hartford reports that:

Officers have arrested two people in Manchester after they allegedly accepted a FedEx delivery containing 25 pounds of marijuana, the Drug Enforcement Agency said.

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ex-fedex

United States

#1 Mar 30, 2008
Yet another reason to get fedex unionized. Who the courier that has to go back to that route and risk revenge from these guys associates. Let the DEA solve their own crimes and quit putting your employees at risk of being killed. Look up Washington DC killing of fedex courier, that guy was set up by fedex management to be murdered.
ex-fedex-mgr

AOL

#2 Mar 30, 2008
Don't be an idiot. Union or no, the DEA and other law enforcement organizations have every right to sniff out drugs, bombs, etc, as they move through the FedEx, UPS, and other transportations systems in the US.

By the way, once a shipment is identified as drugs, the courier is not sent out with the package(do you REALLY think the DEA would hand over 25 lbs. of dope to Joe Courier??)! It's always sent out with a law enforcement agent dressed in courier uniform and driving a marked FedEx vehicle.
Voice of America

Morse, LA

#3 Mar 30, 2008
RESULTS OF PROHIBITION!
Edgar

Kalamazoo, MI

#4 Mar 30, 2008
Looks like they finally won the war on drugs. Way to go!!!
HATER

Andover, CT

#5 Mar 31, 2008
Hernandez ..... why am I not surprised!!
sick of it

Storrs Mansfield, CT

#6 Mar 31, 2008
I am glad that someone is finally doing something about all this drug crap in this state. I hope they both get long jail time instead of letting them out on probation I am glad our money is going to something usefull
someone

Lewiston, ME

#7 Mar 31, 2008
its all a waste of time shes already out
NO MORE

United States

#8 Mar 31, 2008
Thats right put them in prison...so when theres no room left for the violent sexual predators we have on the loose in CT we can just let some of the pedophiles out early due to good behavior..after all they haven't molested or raped the whole time they were incarcerated...Magic rehabilitation= more room for potheads..excellent!I work for the State and my dream would be to have so little to worry about like management of a pot smoker..CT citizens really are so blissfully protected and ignorant at times. Its actually nice that someone can still be so naive..it means they haven't been touched yet by the violent predators the state lawmakers set free.
steve

Orlando, FL

#9 Sep 24, 2008
all u guys get a life what difference does it make

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