Pot dealers beware: These men are not your target market.
We'll leave it to Joe Tone at our sister-blog True Crime Report to spin this tale of criminal mastermindery:
There are plenty of potheads in the sea, the old saying goes, and when you're fishing for potheads in Spokane, Washington, the sea is always plenty stocked. Which makes the drug-deal bungling of Judy Kirchoff and Crystal Weissenfels all the more reprehensible.
Kirchoff, 18, and Weissenfels, 29, were looking to unload some weed recently, so they decided to approach a uniformed transit authority officer. The girls weren't about to sell their stash to any officer, so they asked the cop if he had the authority to arrest. When he told them -- we picture him being sad to admit this -- that his powers were limited, they went ahead and asked him if he wanted to buy some weed.
While many transit officers may have seized the opportunity to smoke away their shitty work privileges and try to weasel his way into a threesome, this fellow told the woman he would need to go get cash, then called the real cops to set up a sting. The women were busted and booked in to Spokane County Jail, where perhaps they might pick up some pointers and one day emerge with the powerful knowledge that selling weed directly to cops is not a very good idea.