Man to 911 dispatcher: ‘Where can I buy some marijuana?’

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An Oregon man in search of marijuana turned to the most unlikely of places to acquire it.

A 911 dispatcher in Washington County, Oregon received a call earlier this month from a man looking for a place to buy some marijuana — the state permits the use of medical marijuana, but recreational use is still illegal.

A transcript of the call, as reported by KATU:

Man: Where can I get some marijuana?

911: Excuse me?

Man: Where can I buy some marijuana this morning?

911: Do you realize you called the police department?

Man: No I didn’t. That’s very interesting. Well, let me ask you the same question. (long pause) It’s a legitimate question.

911: Which question is that?

Man: Where can I buy some marijuana this morning?

911: I would have no idea, sir.

Man: You would have no idea? Alright thank you.

911: You’re welcome.

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As noted by Breitbart News, the man called at 9:41 p.m., which is not “morning” by any stretch of the imagination.

With America ushering in the “age of cannabis,” incidents like this may become the norm as a stoned society muddles its way through the fog of daily life.



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