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Lost & Found: One Bag Of Marijuana

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The Rogers County Sheriff's Office is letting someone know that they've found their bag of marijuana.

The office made the announcement Wednesday on it's Facebook page.

Read The Full Statement on the Rogers County Sheriff's Facebook Page


Deputies found the bag on a dead-end road near Oologah. In the message, investigators invite the owner to come see them.

"If this is yours or know who it belongs to come by the Sheriff's Office and meet with one of courteous deputies that will be more than happy to talk to you," the post reads.

It goes on to jokingly compare the accommodations at Rogers County Jail to that of a fancy hotel.

"The owner can expect to be whisked away to a luxury suite with all the amenities that one can expect from a 5 star holding facility. Do not worry about packing a bag since we provide the finest Egyptian cotton garments in a lovely shade of orange."

If you have any information about who left the bag of weed, or are the owner, you're encouraged to call the Rogers County Sheriff's Office.

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