Pot-Dealing Kids Use MMS for Higher Sales

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A group of innovative 15-year-olds in Massachusetts used their cellphones and Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) to deal pot. Once they got their stash in they would take photos of it and email these pics and a message announcing it to kids all over the area. The scheme was busted when a mother got a hold of one of these messages on her child's phone and called the cops.

"They had a lot of proprietary enthusiasm," Sgt. Daniel Devine told The New Britain Herald.


You can say that again, Dan! Future MBAs one and all, if you ask me. Three of the kids were charged with possession of marijuana and another was charged with possession with intent to sell. Not a bad scam, guys. And parents, you may want to keep a closer eye on those cellphones, huh?

Dial MMS for Marijuana [The Register]


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