ASPEN - Aspen Police working on a tip from a Mr. Klondike Quillquist, 62, have just informed the press of a huge counterfeit marijuana bust.
APD spokesperson Willard Pencilbaker, 30, said that after being tipped off by Mr. Quillquist a dozen officers with the APD as well as 18 Colorado state troopers converged on a three bedroom house that was being used as a weed warehouse.
Officers reportedly found a total of 800,000 pound of counterfeit marijuana scattered throughout the house.
They reported capturing three individuals who they said could not stop giggling.
One male individual had to have his rights read a total of six times before he said that he understood them.
Another male asked if this was all part of some kind of TV Punk'd Show.
And the third individual, a female kept saying that she could not control what she was doing because she was on her period.
All three persons were handcuffed and placed in squad cars. They were taken down to police headquarters where they were photographed, fingerprinted, and slapped around a little bit.
The female, identified as Miranda Lemonlark, 24, was given two Midol Tablets and told to stop pulling her bikini thong panties up and down since it would not get her any special treatment.