A used children’s clothing resale shop in Maplewood, Minnesota, called Once Upon a Child, received more than clothes in a recent donation. Also included in the bottom of the bag were 111 individually wrapped grams of dried cannabis flowers ready for distribution.

While the state of Minnesota did approve a law to permit people suffering from a few debilitating conditions to possess and use low-THC, CBD oil with certification from a state approved physician, the possession and sale of cannabis flowers remains illegal.

Once Upon a Child employees reported the surprise donation to the local police department, who immediately posted a photo to their Facebook page searching for the owner of the 111 grams.

No one has contacted the department to claim the baggies yet, according to Chief Paul Schnell. Considering that an arrest like this could result in felony charges and one year in jail, it is unlikely that the owner will come forward.

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