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26lbs of cannabis lands in backyard of Arizona home

English: weed
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A couple living close to the border in Nogales, Arizona found a package filled of what police say is worth ten thousand dollars, according to the Guardian.

Authorities believe that the bundle was dropped on accident before the intended target. It landed directly onto a dog house, blasting a hole in the roof.

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“Someone definitely made a mistake, and who knows what the outcome of that mistake might be for them,” said Derek Arnson, Nogales police chief.

The Donnelly’s have an estimated $500 in damage after the incident. They are responsible for these repairs.

“That’s what everybody says: ‘Why did you call 911?”’ homeowner, Maya Donnelly, said. “But how can you have a clear conscience, right? We could have made lots of home repairs with that.”

To learn more about this case see the full story published by the Guardian.

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