Marijuana in brownie packaging mailed to Rock Hill woman

jzou@heraldonline.comNovember 5, 2013 

A tenant at a Rock Hill apartment received a package containing marijuana through the mail, according to Rock Hill police.

The department’s Street Crimes Unit received a call from an apartment employee at Gingercake Circle regarding a woman who recently received a package of brownies she hadn’t ordered. The tenant turned over the unopened box to an apartment employee, saying she didn’t like brownies and did not know why the package was sent to her.

The employee opened the box and instead of brownies, found over 302 grams of marijuana in several vacuum-sealed plastic bags along with a letter from a company. She called police on Monday afternoon about the drugs.

The package was sent from California, according to the report. Police seized the package and are investigating the matter.

Jie Jenny Zou •  803-329-4062

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