Minnesota Man Received Huge UPS Shipments of California Marijuana, Police Say

A Hummer-driving Minnesota man claiming he was a student in need of extra cash was busted for allegedly receiving 213 pounds of marijuana shipped by UPS from California, according to a report from MyFOXTwinCities.com.

The Ramsey County, Minn., Attorney's Office charged Doanzell Gieddarr Johnson, 27, of Inver Grove Heights on Thursday with first-degree sale or possession of marijuana, MyFOXTwinCities.com reports.

Los Angeles police already had arrested three people on charges of shipping the marijuana, and Twin Cities authorities were alerted that the parcels were sent to their jurisdiction.

Police arrested Johnson and seized more than $5,000 in cash, as well as Johnson's Hummer, which police said was used to pick up the parcels, according to the report.

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