Sunday, March 11, 2007

Crying Woman Reports Cannabis Theft

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - A middle-aged New Zealand woman rang police to report a theft of cannabis plants she had been growing in buckets at her North Island home, local media reported Saturday.

The crying woman told a constable at the police station in the city of Napier the plant theft was the fourth from her property in four years. The woman, 45, lamented someone had again sneaked on to her property at night to steal her three carefully nurtured marijuana plants.

"I am a good person. I am sick of these low-lifes stealing my things," the unnamed woman told a police communications officer.

Senior Sergeant Mal Lochrie told local media late Friday the officer found it hard to stop smiling as the women gave details of the theft over the phone.

A community constable who visited her to take details of the theft had also warned her that her horticultural pursuits could have legal consequences, Snr. Sgt. Lochrie said.

Police had decided no action would be taken against the gardener, he said.

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