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LISTEN: Ohio man accuses cops of stealing his ‘really good weed,’ demands it back in wild 911 call

2019-09-06

Authorities in Ohio released audio of a 911 call where a man calls to complain cops stole his weed, then demands to get it back.

This is quite a high demand.

An Ohio man accused police of stealing his “prestige f---ing weed" and told them to return it because he said the law allows him to have up to 100 grams of marijuana, according to a hilarious and profanity-filled 911 call released by police this week.

“My wife had my f---ing weed in her purse and the motherf-----g cops took it," he told the Sharonville Police Department. “It’s only like four grams, but it was really good weed.”

The caller’s name was beeped from the audio recording because he has not been charged.

In the rambling call, the man said he and his wife were staying in a hotel room when police were called there for an undisclosed issue. Two officers then stole the small amount of pot that was in the woman’s purse, the caller claimed.

“I guarantee they put it right in their f---ing pocket,” the furious pot enthusiast alleged. “I want my motherf-----g weed back.”

An Ohio man accused police of stealing his “prestige f---ing weed" and told them to return it because he said state law allows him to have up to 100 grams of marijuana, according to a hilarious and profanity-filled 911 call released by police this week. (Nastasic/Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Sharonville police didn’t mince any puns when they posted the five-minute recording Tuesday on Facebook, noting that recreational marijuana use is not legal in Ohio.

“We feel that some people may be a bit in the weeds so we would like to take this opportunity to clear the haze,” the department wrote. “To be blunt, recreational marijuana is still ILLEGAL... per our STATE law. We don't make the rules; we just took an oath to uphold them.”

Sgt. Mark Dudleson, who patiently listened to the man’s complaints, told him he was being “completely unreasonable” and firmly corrected his misconception about marijuana laws.

After a long weekend of holiday trips and lazy daze spent with all your best buds, we hope your spirits are just as high...

Posted by Sharonville Police Department on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

“From what I know, 100 grams is cool, right? Or am I wrong?” the caller asked.

“You are wrong,” Dudleson replied.

The caller also refused to provide details about the hotel incident and said his wife’s name was Marilyn Manson.