Greenville Police Make Largest Marijuana Bust of the Year


By CBS 8 News

Greenville Police say they've made their biggest marijuana bust of the year, confiscating drugs worth more than $15,000.

Police say they've charged Terrence Thomas and Travis Moss with drug trafficking.

Officers say they made the bust during a traffic stop late Saturday night on Highway 263. Police say they found about 17 and-a-half pounds of marijuana inside the car. Officers credit a police dog for finding what they say were 15 bags of pot, along with a pistol and $520 in cash.

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Common Sense said on Tuesday, Dec 18 at 11:04 AM

Prohibition puts all of us in danger. It inflates the value of a plant you can grow in your own yard, making it worth so much that people are willing to steal it or kill for it, just so they can sell it. Does that happen with carrots or asparagus? Of course not, because those plants aren't illegal. The police lobby for prohibition because they get big bonus money every time they arrest a harmless marijuana user whether it is used for medicine or recreation. The cops don't really care about our safety as long as they are getting paid, just like private prisons and substance abuse counselors. Marijuana is harmless, prohibition kills. Prohibition will kill you, tear your family apart, give your kids away to some loving Sandusky, murder your pets, steal all your property, and enriches street gangs and cartels. All this for a "crime" that doesn't have any victims. What a ridiculous waste of tax dollars and police time.

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