Marijuana Sent to Partner Radio Station WMSR

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This is what was sent to WMSR in Manchester, marijuana

We all receive mail, sometimes it's good, sometimes it's those things we call bills or maybe junk mail, but sometimes we receive mail and ask ourselves, what in the world is that?

On Monday, partner radio station WMSR received mail that turned out to be something that no one at the station asked for, marijuana. That's right marijuana. The mail that was received was addressed to the radio station, but the name on the package has no affiliation with Thunder Radio.

Owners Rob and Tiffany Clutter quickly called Manchester Police and Officer Jamie Norris retrieved the contents and he believed it to be 9oz of marijuana. Tiffany Clutter said she was very surprised to see the contents.


Tiffany Clutter stated...

The alleged marijuana was mailed from a location in Colorado to Tennessee. This could possibly bring federal charges to those involved in the mailing.


Assistant Manchester Police Chief Adam Floied said the street value of pot can be as much as $300 per ounce bringing the total sent to WMSR to $2,700. Manchester Police are investigating.

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