What started as a traffic stop for weed led authorities in Georgia to uncover a check-cashing and mail fraud scheme. 

What Happened: The Elite Blackhawk Squad – yes, Clayton County has a traffic team with this name and one of their specialties is tracking down weed on the move – pulled a man over because he was talking on his cell phone and smoking what they said appeared to be a “marijuana cigar,” which one can only assume was a larger-than-normal joint.

Newly-elected Sheriff Levon Allen said in a press release that, upon search of the joint-puffing gentleman’s vehicle, the elite squad found a plastic FedEx …

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