Browse Craigslist Denver and you’d think selling weed through the popular online marketplace is completely legal. Go ahead visit www.Craigslist.org Denver and search for the keywords “420 donation” and you’ll notice a ton of stuff stoners like—ads offering everything from the finest in purple weed, to impressive sheets of shatter, to delicious-looking dank brownies. However individuals can’t sell marijuana legally on Craigslist sites. In fact three Denver dudes were busted last month trying to do just that over on Craigslist.
Denver Craigslist bust
An officer found a posting on Craigslist in Denver for marijuana for sale last month, reports the Denver Post. The officer then contacted the seller and agreed to buy 4¼ pounds for $10,000.
The undercover officer met one of the guys at a specified location then they drove to Buddy Boy, a marijuana distributor and retailer at 5050 N. York St. There, they met another guy who said a third person was coming and they “would do the deal.” That’s when the third guy arrived carrying a large, blue backpack full of weed. All three men were arrested on marijuana distribution charges.
Apparently one of the dudes was an employee at Buddy Boy and was stocking up on herb—buying thousands of dollars worth from his
employer legally using his doctor’s recommendation.
Anyhow selling weed on any of the various Craigslist sites is a no-no—especially CraigslistDenver, man. Don’t fool yourself. Sure the ads look legit and the weed looks really awesome, but keep in mind that the only folks that can legally sell weed in Colorado are licensed dispensaries or a caregiver who provides it to a patient in accordance with state rules and regulations.
So if you see some awesome marijuana deals on Craigslist.org Denver or any other Craigslist sites in a marijuana friendly state be careful because hey definitely aren’t legal and you never really know who’s behind ‘em—could be the Denver police.
Have you ever bought or sold weed via Craigslist Denver? Let us know in the comments section below.
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