Local CBP Officer Caught With Strawberry Bliss Weed And Gummies
An officer with Customs and Border Protection is in some hot water after being found with drugs.
The home of 37-year-old Karina Padilla was searched by special agents with the Texas Department of Public Safety last week and they found a jar of premium Wonderbrett marijuana that was labeled Strawberry Bliss. Who comes up with these names? Do they hang out behind the 7-11 and eat their bags of potato chips while brainstorming names? Just a few questions I have.
Moving on. That wasn't the only thing that was found in the closet of Padilla's home. Agents also found vape pens with cartridges labeled as containing THC and N Fuzed chewable gummies. Those gummies aren't the kind you buy at the 7-11 when you want something sweet, you buy those gummies to get the munchies so you can sit outside the 7-11 and brainstorm cool names for your weed.
Padilla was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than two ounces and possession of a controlled substance over four grams, but less than 400 grams for the gummies and was held on a $25,500 bond. CBP said they are investigating the incident and does not tolerate corruption or abuse within their ranks.
I might joke about a CBP officer having drugs at her house, but seriously, you work that hard to get to where Padilla was to throw it away for a little bit of weed and gummies? The story doesn't say why Padilla was under suspicion enough to have a search warrant served on her house.