Imagine the surprise of a resident in Gaylord, a small central Minnesota town, when they saw a package waiting for them in Monday's mail.
They hadn't expected anything at all.
What they really, really did not expect was that the box contained a half pound of marijuana. SURPRISE! It did.
The errant delivery took place on Monday, and was immediately brought to the attention of the Gaylord Police Department. It's a decent find for the evidence room there, but so far, the small town cops have a crime but no criminal.
As of last night, no one had called the police to claim ownership of the package. If you think this pot was intended for you, and feel like calling the police to reclaim what's rightfully yours, be advised that you should first contact a lawyer and a doctor for legal and medical advice.
If you've got any other information about this bag, the Gaylord police are taking tips at 507-237-2265.
And if you have any ... stuff, that you expect to receive through the mail, now's a good time to contact the sender and remind him to double- and triple-check to make sure it's got the right name and address -- at the very least, that it's not headed to someone in Gaylord.
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