Gilroy Girl Scouts find marijuana in donated microwave
The Girl Scouts are known for holding various fund raisers and things of that nature to raise funds for the organization but this time around they got something donated that they were not a expecting. An innocent microwave filled with four ounces of marijuana. SCORE!
“Apparently somebody donated an old microwave and then left, and sometime later in day someone there opened the microwave and found a bag full of marijuana,” Sgt. Jim Gillio said. “But they have no idea who dropped it off.”
Members of the Gilroy Girl Scout Service Unit 604 were collecting “e-waste” at Ascencion Solarsano Middle School as part of a fundraising effort to send the scouts to Switzerland. The scouts have raised more than $6,000, but have an additional $24,000 to go until they reach their goal. There they plan to hike, enjoy the outdoors and frequent tourist destinations, said a Girl Scout representative who would not give her name.
If I would’ve been the one who found it, I would have looked to the left, looked to the right, and snuck the whole microwave to my car.
At this time, the police don’t know who would have been stupid enough to donate the microwave.