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Maine Man Gets Stolen Marijuana Plants Returned by Police

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, October, 17th 2012 by THCFinder
If you happen to grow Marijuana in the United States and it is stolen, what do you do? There isn’t anything you can do. You’ve been robbed and someone is getting high or making money off of all your hard work and your customers/patients will suffer. It puts you months behind in plant growth and you have to start all over again. I’ve known of this happening to growers and it is devastating to them and their consumers. It is the same as if you had broken into a pharmacy and stolen all the pain killers.
 
In the case of licensed medical marijuana caregiver Thomas Davis of Maine, you call the Police and report it! Surprisingly, after one of his greenhouses was robbed, he phoned the local police to report it. Seems when Davis reported his stolen crop (17 plants in all), the police already had in custody his thief and his crop. But there was a problem.
 
Police in Ellsworth, Maine had never had to RETURN Marijuana to someone before. But that is exactly what they did. Since Davis is a licensed medical marijuana grower and caregiver of other medical marijuana patients, he had the 17 stolen plants returned, which unfortunately, had gained mold from being out of their greenhouse too long. The theft did exactly what would have happened if he hadn’t gotten them back. He and his patients will have to find their medication elsewhere until Davis can get new plants going.
 
 

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