Texas Police Department Offers Hilarious ‘Service’ for Stoners on 4/20


An east Texas police department came up with a unique “bust” for marijuana users on April 20.

4/20 has become an unofficial holiday for stoners, and the Marshall Police Department decided to capitalize on the opportunity, offering a special service to weed aficionados.

Local police offered to check the authenticity of the weed residents owned. They just needed to come by the police station for a free inspection. Authorities made the offer on the official Marshall Police Department Facebook page, and it’s not known if anyone took them up on it.

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Fox 4 News in Dallas reports.

An East Texas police department is “helping” people have a “safe” 4/20 Day.

Every year, the 20th day of April is used to celebrate the “cannabis culture” in America.

To help celebrate the unofficial national marijuana holiday, the Marshall Police Department is offering its services for free to test if your marijuana is real.

“Just personally deliver your stash to the PD and K9 Amor will check it out. If it’s real, you could receive a free stay in the finest resort in Harrison County,” the police department wrote on Facebook.

Here is a screenshot of the Facebook post.


We’re going to take a wild guess here, but it’s safe to assume their “finest resort” is the Harrison County Jail since marijuana is illegal in the state of Texas.

Still, that hasn’t stopped law enforcement from poking fun at the day.

“Happy 4/20. ;)” the North Richland Police Department tweeted. “A K9’s favorite holiday.”

Here is the tweet from the North Richland Hills Police Department.

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