Two stashes of unattended marijuana were found by themselves within about 30 miles of each other in Yavapai County on Jan. 3, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office facebook media release.
YCSO reported, they initially thought the sealed bags of cannabis a pile of trash on US Forest Service land outside of Rimrock. It was instead over 30 vacuum-sealed packages of marijuana weighing a total of about 48 pounds!
The first pile found was a report to be cannabis and the second batch contained several sheets of pre-packaged THC wax, a concentrate made of extracted oils from the cannabis plant
“Anyone with information regarding the packages and/or suspect(s) involved is urged to call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232. A direct tip that leads to arrests, in this case, becomes eligible for a cash reward.
“Please remember that if you come across materials like this, alert law enforcement immediately,” D’Evelyn said. “Contraband loads may be booby-trapped and/or may contain dangerous chemicals/additives which could be harmful to humans. Don’t take a chance, especially if it is not clearly evident as to the content upon sight.”