Bus station employees lead police to marijuana

Bus station employees lead police to marijuana
Posted by UaN on February 05, 1999 at 07:52:13 PT
Take a Bus???
UTAHBus station employees lead police to cache of       marijuana 
 Observant Greyhound Bus station employees alerted police to two suspects allegedly transporting       more than 70 pounds of marijuana to Salt Lake City in January.          A Greyhound employee was cleaning the bus on Jan. 2 when he discovered a bag containing a large       amount of marijuana, according to charges filed in 3rd District Court Monday. Another employee told       police he saw the two suspects removing two bags from the bus and placing them in a locker at the       station. Police were notified.          One of the suspects allegedly told police during questioning the bags were hers and that it was her       "first time doing this," the charges state. When police opened the bags, they found 34 bricks of       marijuana weighing in at over 73 pounds.          The suspects, both 23 and from Salt Lake City, are charged with one count of unlawful possession of       a controlled substance or counterfeit substance with intent to distribute, a third-degree felony.                        
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Comment #1 posted by smokeyjoe on April 24, 2001 at 00:09:19 PT
how is greyhound security?
I wonder how tight greyhound buses are these days? Anyone know? I remember back in the early eighties when my friends had no problem going on greyhound trips withing the US border, but not across borders. anyone know about recent greyhound security.Of course, these people weren't too smart about their plans. They were caught even without the sniffers.-smokeyjoe
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