Pennsylvania Boy Calls Police on Weed-Growing Parents

Pennsylvania Boy Calls Police on Weed-Growing Parents

Two Pennsylvania parents apparently never introduced their son to the “Stop Snitching” campaign, and now it’s kicking them right in their asses. The boy phoned the police on his parents earlier this month after discovering 18 marijuana plants growing in the family’s Doylestown, Pa., basement.

The kid even led the cops to the evidence, where the cops found the plants, fans, grow lights, timers and electrical cords for growing weed. After securing a warrant, police arrested 45-year-old Caren Shanfield and 49-year-old Joseph Mevedik for child endangerment, intent to use drug paraphernalia, and manufacture and intended sale of controlled substances.

Five other kids between the ages of 10 and 17 also lived in the house and knew about the Great Suburban Pot Operation. Imagine if Nancy Botwin from Weeds went down like this?

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[via The Huffington Post]

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