Mariajuana in the mail

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Pot found in Caneyville package

By The Staff

A strange box arriving at the Caneyville Post Office led to the confiscation of 12 pounds of marijuana.
According to a release from the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office, Detective Corey Knochel was contacted Feb. 15 about the package, which listed a Caneyville address but was actually destined for a location just inside Butler County.
Officers contacted a U.S. postal inspector, who obtained a federal search warrant allowing them to open the box. Inside was the marijuana, which officers described as “high grade” and worth about $48,000 on the street.

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