Texas inmates at a state prison discovered some produce that wasn’t exactly as it appeared last week. While unpacking a fruit crate they stumbled upon what would be a very pleasant surprise for me.
Prisoners working in the mess hall of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s Segovia Unit found 25 pounds of marijuana nestled in a crate of bananas and other fruits Friday.
The fruit — which was donated by the Edinburg Police Department — originally came from a produce truck from which officers had seized more than a half a ton of the drug, Police Chief Quirino Muñoz said.
The inmate who found the marijuana immediately reported it to prison guards, and prisoners were strip-searched to make sure they had not taken any of the drugs, TDCJ spokesman Jason Clark said. No contraband was found outside of the produce crates.
If you are stuck in jail and for some reason you discover weed in your fruit, it is your job to keep it. Returning or reporting to police is out of the question. Here is a better question though, why were cops sending fruit like this to inmates? I smell a conspiracy.
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