Dog digs up dope-filled geocache in backyard


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/08/21/dog-digs-up-dope-filled-geocac.html


#2

geo-stash?


#3

People like this ruin it for everyone.:frowning_face:

For those who don’t know, if you take something from a geocache you would have to replace it with something of equal or greater value.


#4

Nice dog, stupid heroin dealer.


#5

I would’ve gotten away with it too, if it hadn’t been for that meddling dog and those pesky kids!


#6

Sales of GPS-capable phones to tweakers have spiked and the interest in geocaching is suddenly at an all time, errm, high.


#7

I’m sure Sanford Mfg Co. appreciates free advertising, but through one of its pens being used for scale against heroin?

Many furrowed brows at Sanford. Many furrowed brows.


#8

If this happened to me, I’d call an attorney for advice before contacting law enforcement.

Having an attorney present might make an officer who’s having a bad day think twice about arresting me for possession just for his/her own shits and giggles.


#9

“Dog digs up horse.”


#10

One of the only thing a dog produces is of equal value to those contents.


#11

For the first few months of Geocaching, they actually called it Geo-stashing. But someone pointed out it had a connotation of a drug stash. So, yeah.

I’ve found a couple of joints in geocaches here and there – and once a small jelly jar pretty much packed with the stuff – I dunno 1/2 ounce?


#12

Yes, quite!


#13

Mildley interesting related thing, if you watch the latest user submitted images on Imgur.com you’ll see a lot of cell phone photos with red circles around otherwise innocuous points, The assumption is this is people sharing the location of drug dead drops.


#14

It amazes me that anyone would trust a cop. Ever. For any reason.


#15

…or else the Cache will claim its due, sometimes from the summoner’s own body parts.


#16

Ugh, what a narc!


#17

For those of us not too current on the street price of black tar heroin, how much is this worth? I assume that 15 oz is quite a bit, but what do I know?


#18

Depends. It’s worth nothing to me.


#19

Yes, they should have used a syringe.


#20

“Welcome to the ASPCA. Thank you for surrendering your unwanted pet for adoption, instead of just abusing or abandoning them. I am sure we can place this guy into a loving home. We just need you to fill out this paper work.”

“Reason for surrender of pet: He’s a fucking NARC!”