The discovery was made last week when police noticed the holes in the evidence bags. Police say there was minor amounts missing, leading them to believe the mice probably ate the buds. The police even went so far as to say marijuana is usually an attractant for all sorts of animals due to the enticing smells.
At least the ganja-eating mice got away. The punishment for possession of any amount in Kansas can be up to one year and $2,500 in fines. Distribution to their little Stuart Little friends could net up to 5 years in prison and $300,000 in fines. That’s a lot of cheese. Add to that burglary, which in Kansas carries just less than three years in prison – not to mention it was a police facility, which would certainly enhance sentencing.
I’m not joking either, I wouldn’t put it past cannabis-hating district attorneys in Kansas to actually prosecute the little fur balls to set an example.
Instead, the police have taken the law into their own hands and these herb thieving mice are getting a much harsher punishment: death. The Wichita police have called in an exterminator to solve their problem.