Cops find $150G worth of pot after UPS package delivered to wrong address
Cops smoked out a suspicious Saturday delivery to a Brooklyn building — and found 30 pounds of marijuana shipped from Kentucky via UPS, sources said.
The hefty package of pot, valued at $150,000, was taken to the 63rd Precinct for holding as cops tried to sort out whether the weed was brought to the wrong address.
The package, shipped from a possibly fake address in Lousiville, Ky., was addressed to a Brooklyn interior design company, the source said, but wound up at the doorstep of a home.
The shipper was also identified as an interior design business.
At some point, the weed apparently divided into bricks — was dropped off at the home address, and cops were trying to trace the history of the dope delivery.