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Police: Man reports medical marijuana stolen

 

MARIJUANA STOLEN: A Kalamazoo man, 54, who dispenses medical marijuana, told Battle Creek police he was robbed of two ounces of the drug about 8:15 p.m. Sunday. Battle Creek police reported Friday that the robbery was near Bowen Avenue and Kendall Street. The victim told police he was parked when a man approached his car and talked to the victim. The victim told the man he is a caregiver and dispenses medical marijuana to some people in the neighborhood. The man asked the victim to be his caregiver but the victim said he had to have the required paperwork completed. The man then got into the car, asked the victim what he had, and holding a black handgun, grabbed two ounces of marijuana from the back seat. The robber then fled into a house in the 200 block of Kendall Street. Police said the victim didn't report the robbery until the next day, telling officers he was afraid because he didn't want to be in trouble for having medical marijuana.

 

 

 

 

 

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Honestly um wheres the story? I dont think id even put this story in here w/o the article or with the article,,,,,,as far as i can tell from was was wriiten the police got them selves a pot dealer! plain and simple,,,,,,

 

We all make mistakes some times,,,lord knows I do!

 

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Jim

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So did the police go to the address and try and find the armed robber? If the victim is in-deed a legitimate CG than robbing him is no different than robbing a pharmacy.

 

If he's not a legitimate CG, well then the police still have an armed robbery suspect on the loose and should be at the address they were given with warrant in hand.

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Battle Creek is a little different in that they have done the right thing before when a club was robbed so I give them credit that they would do the right thing now. The only thing that bothers me is the story is so odd I don't believe we are getting the whole story or even an accurate one.

 

If you are telling people on the street you are a caregiver you had better take up a hobby that requires less cognitive skills.

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