A recent call to Ohio’s Sharonville Police Department had officers in high spirits when a marijuana user accused the department of having stolen his weed.
Ohio news outlet Fox19 wrote that a man reported to the police department that officers had taken four grams of “really good fucking weed” from him and his wife.
The audio recording of the man’s outburst, which was published on the department’s Facebook, features the caller on an out-of-control rant laced with profanity as he demanded his “prestige weed” back from the police.
“Hi,” the recording begins, “I need to do a complaint about two Sharonville cops, they stole my fucking weed last night.”
The receiver, miraculously unfazed by this statement, put the caller through to a department supervisor. Sergeant Mark Dudleson took the call.
The caller’s identity was redacted from the published recording but later referred to by the sergeant as “Matthew” and he immediately launched into a tirade about his missing pot.
“I had two cops come here last night who stole my fucking weed and I want it back,” Matthew said. Instead of hanging up, Dudleson patiently heard the caller’s gripes.
The caller explained that he and his wife were staying at a hotel when the cops were called to the location due to a noise complaint.
Two cops showed up and after discovering a small bag of marijuana in his wife’s purse, seized it.
The caller claimed that he had been asleep during the exchange between the authorities and his wife and only found out that the marijuana had been confiscated once he had woken up.
“It was only four grams but it was really fucking good weed,” the man pleaded.
He then went on to challenge this seizure with what he believed Ohio’s law states about marijuana.