Police Find 139 Pounds of Marijuana in Rental Car

Last week, police found 139 pounds of marijuana in a returned Hertz rental car near Albuquerque International Sunport Airport, according to a report by the Albuquerque Journal.

Albuquerque resident David Ung dropped off the vehicle at Hertz near the airport on Sept. 23 and returned later saying he left a bag inside the vehicle, according to the article. By the time he returned, the Albuquerque Police Department had already found several trash bags in the trunk that were filled with 124 individual clear bags of marijuana.

Ung was charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute and booked into the county jail on $10,000 bail, according to the article.

Click here for the full Albuquerque Journal report: http://www.abqjournal.com/467551/abqnewsseeker/police-man-leaves-more-than-100-pounds-of-marijuana-in-rental-car.html

Comments

  1. Desperado [ May 13, 2015 @ 12:39PM ]

    Love that one ! Man if your going to use a rental to bring back a large amount of weed ...you may one to unload it before taking back ....must have been testing out the weed and got too buzzz and forgot ...ooooopppppssss ......oh well...go to jail ...Cops very happy ,they get a lot of weed for free the easy way ...puff,puff....pass....

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