Photo provided by the York County, Nebraska sheriff's department shows the marijuana recovered from a truck driven by Patrick and Barbara Jiron of Clearlake Oaks, California, during a traffic stop.
Vrbka added the pot had a street value of around $336,000 and said the couple was charged with "felony suspicion of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and no drug tax stamp". The couple told police that they were transporting "Christmas presents".
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Lieutenant Paul Vrbka, who initially stopped the couple's pick up truck, said that they had noticed the Toyota Tacoma driving "over the center lane and failing to signal". Barbara is the second defendant, and was "cited in the case but was not jailed 'due to some medical issues,'" Vrbka told the York News-Times. Multiple containers of concentrated THC also were found, officials said.
A December 22 updated from the York News-Times indicated Patrick was booked into the York County Jail "on charges of possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver and having no drug tax stamp".
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Later, he told his mother, TeResa Pittman, that he had made the call, but she didn't take the tot seriously at the time. Thompson said he told TyLon that when he is 21, he can fill out an application to be a real officer.
In fact, it's illegal to possess marijuana at all in Nebraska. Patrick has since been released on bond.
Though many states have legalized marijuana to varying degrees, Nebraska is not among them.
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Gifts were purchased and brought back to the Credit Union where the Salvation Army could then pick up and distribute. The Tyler Salvation Army program has grown so large that volunteers have come from as far as Florida to help out.