Evidence clerks at the building at 410 N. Waco discovered that mice had chewed into and nested in three bags of marijuana connected to cases from 2009, Lt. Doug Nolte said. The clerks said it was evident the mice ate some of the marijuana, according to a police report. The police offered this sketch of the possible culprit.
Evidence clerks at the building at 410 N. Waco discovered that mice had chewed into and nested in three bags of marijuana connected to cases from 2009, Lt. Doug Nolte said. The clerks said it was evident the mice ate some of the marijuana, according to a police report. The police offered this sketch of the possible culprit. The Wichita Eagle
Evidence clerks at the building at 410 N. Waco discovered that mice had chewed into and nested in three bags of marijuana connected to cases from 2009, Lt. Doug Nolte said. The clerks said it was evident the mice ate some of the marijuana, according to a police report. The police offered this sketch of the possible culprit. The Wichita Eagle

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