Goodwill In Washington Receives Marijuana Donation
"Normally when we go there, it is for a shoplifter, but not anything like this," said Debbie Willis of the Monroe Police Department. Over the weekend, an anonymous donator left over 3.75 pounds of marijuana in a cooler at the Monroe Goodwill.
Thrift shop employees went through the cooler and discovered five large bags of cannabis flowers. Police claim the collected amount of marijuana is worth about $24,000. The generous giver is still unknown and it is still unclear whether or not the large amount of weed was intended to be delivered to the thrift shop at all. Few have jokingly claimed the cannabis to be theirs on social media.
In the state of Washington, it is legal to possess up to one ounce of cannabis that came from a licensed distributor. The nearly four pounds of cannabis will sit in evidence for up to six months, then will be burned (no telling exactly how it will be burned).