FAU Students Report Stolen Marijuana To Police

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%%BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — You get the sense lately that FAU has a bit of a marijuana problem. While we’re still following the marijuana-sale-gone-bad shooting involving several students, including Jared Tuck and Anthony Proios,  Boca Police tell us that two students reported that their marijuana was stolen.
According to police, it happened in the 300 block of NW 21st Lane which is just behind Florida Atlantic University (FAU).  The residents told police that someone entered the home and stole $400 in US currency, two laptops, and incredibly, “some marijuana from their residence” while they were “in class.” The suspects kicked open a locked bedroom, according to the police report, to gain access to the money and the marijuana.
No arrests at this point of either suspects, or the students who reported that they kept pot in their home.
 

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