FREETOWN (CBS) - Thirty pounds of marijuana turned up at a food distribution center in Freetown on Friday, according to police.
Officers in Freetown say the security staff at a local food distribution facility discovered the marijuana, which had been included in a tractor-trailer shipment of vegetables that came from a California shipper.
The Fall River Herald News identified the food distribution facility as being owned by Stop & Shop. They reported that the marijuana was hidden among a truckload of asparagus.
Stop & Shop is said to be cooperating with investigators.
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