A Bedford man was charged after receiving a bundle containing $3,500 price of concentrated THC.
Jordan B. Uninteresting, 19, on June 7 was charged with possession with intent to ship a managed substance and possession of a small quantity of marijuana.
State police stated a suspicious bundle addressed to Uninteresting despatched by the U.S. Postal Service was recognized by a federal postal inspector on June 3. The bundle was arriving from Washington and matched “traits incessantly shared by packages containing managed substances,” based on the legal grievance.
A skilled Okay-9 unit detected the presence of a managed substance and investigators obtained a warrant to go looking it. About 1 pound of concentrated THC — the primary psychoactive compound in marijuana — was found within the bundle. Federal Agent Staci Johnson delivered the bundle to Uninteresting on June 7.
A short while later, cops from the Bedford Police Division, state police and the state legal professional common’s workplace served a warrant on the deal with and located related packaging and extra THC focus and paraphernalia, paperwork stated.
Uninteresting initially advised police he didn’t know what was within the bundle, however was requested if he needed to “begin over” after police knowledgeable him they knew it contained THC, paperwork stated.
Uninteresting then allegedly advised police he bought the narcotics off of somebody on Instagram for $3,500. He additionally advised police he would resell the narcotics to a choose few folks in bulk, paperwork stated. Police stated Uninteresting additionally offered the passcode to his telephone, which confirmed quite a few drug gross sales and footage of drug use.
Bail was set at $75,000 unsecured.