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Instead of Solving Rapes and Murders, Maryland Cops Spent Months Undercover in Burger King for a $75 Pot Bust

Click here for reuse options! That's some strange law enforcement prioritization. Thurmont, MD — To protect the town of Thurmont, Maryland from the horrors of marijuana, a brave police officer went into deep cover in one of the most dangerous places on the planet — a Burger King. After a months-long undercover operation, and thousands of taxpayer dollars, Officer Nicole Fair saved the city from the likes of 5 whole grams of marijuana and two whole pills.
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