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This April 21, 2011 photos shows marijuana growing in the home of two medical marijuana patients in Medford, Ore. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard) This April 21, 2011 photos shows marijuana growing in the home of two medical marijuana patients in Medford, Ore. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)  

Md. man to cops: Robbers ‘took my weed’ [AUDIO]

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      Paul Conner

      Paul Conner is Deputy Editor with The Daily Caller. Previously, he was a contributing writer for four years with The Greenville News covering high school sports in Upstate South Carolina. A Palmetto State native, he is a graduate of North Greenville University.

A Maryland man told law enforcement that three masked robbers entered his home and stole his stash of marijuana and rent money, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

The home invaders brandished guns and interrogated the young man about where his drugs and money were. Police said the robbers also took laptops, cell phones and a Honda CR-V from the home, which he shared with four other people in Prince George’s County.

“He took my weed, and took my rent money,” the man told a 911 dispatcher.

“We don’t usually get those kind of reports,” police spokeswoman Sgt. Sonya Rorls told the Post’s Michael S. Rosenwald.

The spokeswoman told Rosenwald that the young man cannot be charged for marijuana possession, because he was not in possession of the drugs at the time.

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