Hotboxing Suspect Nets Violation After: 'Yes, That's My Marijuana' on Redlands Road in West Roxbury

The following article is based on a Boston Police report.


Boston Police issued a city ordinance violation for possession of marijuana to one suspect of four found in a car hotboxxing on Redlands Road in West Roxbury.

Around 11:25 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 29, officers were called to 137 Redlands Road for a report of four males inside a vehicle smoking marijuana.

Officers observed a green Buick with four males inside as smoke emanated from the vehicle, believed to be marijuana, according to a Boston Police report. Officers asked the quartet if they were smoking marijuana, and the suspect said they were, with one allegedly saying, "Yes, that's my marijuana." Police allegedly saw a rolled greenish-brownish cigarette in the front ashtray still burning. The suspect said he had spent the night at his friend's house on Redlands Road along with the other three in the car.

Officers were given consent to search the vehicle and found a red backpack with a mason jar containing a small amount of a substance believed to be marijuana. 

Cornelius Quinn January 04, 2013 at 04:19 PM
from Matt Taibbi's story about the absolute hypocracy of 'The War On Drugs' published December 13: "The banks' laundering transactions were so brazen that the NSA probably could have spotted them from space. Breuer admitted that drug dealers would sometimes come to HSBC's Mexican branches and "deposit hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, in a single day, into a single account, using boxes designed to fit the precise dimensions of the teller windows." This bears repeating: in order to more efficiently move as much illegal money as possible into the "legitimate" banking institution HSBC, drug dealers specifically designed boxes to fit through the bank's teller windows. Tony Montana's henchmen marching dufflebags of cash into the fictional "American City Bank" in Miami was actually more subtle than what the cartels were doing when they washed their cash through one of Britain's most storied financial institutions."


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