Now That’s What I Call A Bad Day

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If you have a medical marijuana home grow setup that is big enough to supply lots of patients, the last thing you want to hear is a knock on your door from the FBI. Unfortunately that’s exactly what happened to Mark Spohn. The problem was that they weren’t actually FBI agents and after they cleaned out a lot of his plants he realized and called the cops.

Bad idea.

Mark Spohn, 48, called police after four men dressed like FBI agents burst into his home around 11 a.m., according to his attorney Douglas Hiatt.

During the robbery, Spohn and a group of assistants from a medical-marijuana education group were ordered to the floor at gunpoint, Hiatt said.

When Seattle police arrived at the home in the 3700 block of Wallingford Avenue North and found Spohn had more than the 15 marijuana plants allowed under state Department of Health guidelines, much of the grow was disassembled.

The state sets the supply limit for medical marijuana at 24 ounces of usable marijuana plus 15 plants. Spohn had more than 100 plants, Hiatt said.

Police removed all but 15 of them.

In my eyes, he was just robbed twice in one day. That really sucks.

I’ll be glad when marijuana is legalized and you can’t do this to business owners. You don’t see them going into super markets and taking tons of watermelons. This is ridiculous.

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Author: Lenny

Women. Weed. Weather. @LennyGaiter @hail_mary_jane

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