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Boat with $2M worth of marijuana comes ashore on Palm Beach; Broward man in custody
South Florida Sun-Sentinel ^
| April 11, 2012
| Alexia Campbell
Posted on 04/11/2012 7:12:51 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Firefighters don't often dig up drug-smuggling cases. But they did early Wednesday morning, and it was a $2 million jackpot.
Returning from an early-morning call, Palm Beach firefighters spotted a fishing boat beached on the north end of the island, just as the sky lightened over the ocean.
Palm Beach police soon discovered 80-100 tightly packed bricks of marijuana abandoned on the open Concept 22 motor boat.
(Excerpt) Read more at sun-sentinel.com ...
KEYWORDS: marijuana; southflorida
Coincidentally, there was about $4m worth of munchies nearby.
That’s a lot of miracle cure. Sounds to me like the skipper might have suffered from a severe case of seasickness.
posted on 04/11/2012 7:28:21 PM PDT
(ObamaCare is like a stool sample. You have to pass it to find out what's in it.)
This one is funnier. Dealer Hopes Cops Won’t Notice 89 Bags of Dope and Coke Tied to His Penis, Pees on Their Hands When They Do http://gaw.kr/Vj85
posted on 04/11/2012 7:31:06 PM PDT
(W.C:Socialism:Philosophy of failure,creed of ignorance,gospel of envy,the equal sharing of misery)
To: ConservativeStatement; Slings and Arrows; Revolting cat!
A crew with that much pot should be high enough they could land that boat on a runway in the jungle.
posted on 04/11/2012 9:36:08 PM PDT
by a fool in paradise
(Barack Obama continued to sponsor Jeremiah Wright after he said "G.D. AMERIKKA!"Where's the outrage?)
"We're gonna need more Oreos....and milk...lotsa cold milk."
posted on 04/12/2012 3:36:59 AM PDT
(Cogito, ergo conservatus sum)
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