8,000 suspected pot cookies seized after B.C. home invasion
The Conservative government is launching a $1.3-billion free market in medical marijuana this Tuesday, eventually providing an expected 450,000 Canadians with quality weed.
The Canadian Press
Published Saturday, April 20, 2013 7:53AM EDT
SURREY, B.C. -- The cookie crumbled the wrong way for a pair of thieves when a home invasion led police in Surrey, B.C., to thousands of cookies believed to be laced with marijuana.
The RCMP say a 22-year-old man interrupted two intruders in his home on Thursday and was struck on the head with a crowbar.
Despite the attack, the victim managed to fight off his assailants, who escaped.
The investigation led police to another home where they discovered an amount of marijuana and 8,000 cookies, thought to be loaded with pot.
Now police say two women in the second home, along with the man assaulted in the original attack, are facing drug charges.
The Mounties are still searching for the two men behind the home invasion.
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