COUPLE GETS PULLED OVER AND COPS CONFISCATE $25,000 IN COLORADO!

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A couple from South Dakota drove to Colorado for a vacation in December. This was after the legalization of marijuana. Reportedly the police pulled them over and found $25,000 in cash and found marijuana.

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The 33-year-old driver Margaret McKinney was pulled over by a Parker City police officer who confiscated $25,000 in cash from her and her boyfriend, Dion “Tony” Anderson, 46. The cop asked to search the car when he said he “smelled marijuana.” He apparently did not get the memo about the state’s legalization of the plant in question.

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After spending two hours detained on the side of the road, the Parker police officer called a federal Drug Enforcement Administration agent who was able to charge them with possession of marijuana federally. But after all was said and done, the DEA agent didn’t even charge them with a crime. Instead, the cop and agent found $25,000 in one of their suitcases. The law enforcement officer and agent decided that instead of enforcing the law, they would just pocket the money and let them keep their marijuana and pipe.

Why did they have so much money? Anderson explains that he had just received the money from a legal settlement and they were planning on having a good time, taking a road trip and vacation.

Anderson’s lawyer acknowledges that he did in fact receive $28,000 in a personal injury case. Andy Damgaard of the Janklow Law Firm in Sioux Falls, South Dakota said that his client did not have a bank account, and never had. He took the money with him because, in his own words, “I figured the place could get burned down or burglarized. I felt safer with it on my person.”

Whether or not they should have been charged with the marijuana, if the accusations are true and the police pocketed the cash, that is a corrupt bunch of cops that need to go to jail. It is a bizarre case and let me be clear, I have many good friends that are policemen and very outstanding officers. Law enforcement like the ones in question are the reason good cops have a bad name.

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