TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:
- A clerk was cleaning when they found marijuana
- The marijuana was found in a box of loose Jolly Rancher candies
- Officers seized the marijuana and destroyed it
- FOX23 has reached out to get updates in the investigation
A Tahlequah convenience store clerk found a different kind of vice in a candy bin at the Tahlequah store on Saturday.
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The clerk was cleaning when she spotted something in a box of loose Jolly Rancher candies. That item turned out to be a bag of marijuana.
The clerk called the police, who took the marijuana and destroyed it.
While parents said they were worried about the bag being in a spot where their children may get ahold of it, FOX23 reached out to Tahlequah police to see if any more investigation is planned for the incident.
Check this story for updates.