Man calls cops on ex-girlfriend for stealing his pot

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With recreational cannabis not becoming legal in South Dakota until July 1 at the earliest, a Sioux Falls man is likely half-year shy of having any legs to a larceny complaint against his ex-girlfriend for allegedly stealing pot from his truck. Thumbing through police reports, including larcenies, “there was one that I heard about that was a little different, shall we say,” a bemused Sam Clemens, a spokesperson for the Sioux Falls Police Department, said this week during a press briefing, which has been posted by the Argus Leader. On Friday, the man reported to police that his truck had been broken into and his still-illicit weed stash had been taken, offering his view that the culprit was likely his ex-girlfriend, Clemens relayed. Burnaby RCMP finds distressed woman, unconscious man and a huge multi-drug operation inside home licensed to grow weed Dealer arrested with over $25K worth of weed says it was “gifted to him by a school friend” Great ‘green’ broom sweeps across the U.S., clearing the path to legalize weed in several states “It was a small amount of marijuana, but he was very insistent that he wanted a report made,” he told reporters, pointing out that the pot and a bottle warmer were the only things that appeared to have gone missing. Asked when the alleged theft occurred, Clemens responded it was as long as two or three weeks prior to the complaint being made. “Not sure why he waited so long to report it, but he did,” he said. “No arrests on that one, but it’s not every day that we have people calling to say their marijuana was stolen,” Clemens told reporters. It’s not an everyday occurrence, to be sure, but questionable weed reports are not unique. For instance, a 61-year-old man in Australia ,…

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