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Man Reports Stolen Marijuana

May 09, 2003  | 

A school bus driver called police in Dublin, Georgia, to report that his home had been burgled, and then told officers someone stole his marijuana.

When police arrived at the home of John Randolph, 26, to take a police report, he told them a thief had taken four “dime bags” of marijuana, a .22 caliber pistol, and a gold necklace.

Officer Michael Milton reported that he asked Randolph about the marijuana again to make sure he heard him correctly. The man repeated what he said and showed Milton a small box where he said he had been “saving the marijuana to smoke when school was out,” according to a police report.

Randolph was not charged with a crime. No one was arrested in the burglary.

The Dublin schools operations director and one of the owners of the bus service company Randolph works for say they are looking into the matter.

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