If you are a pot head, that is.
From Michigan, quickly becoming the center of all weird news.
Southwestern Michigan authorities say tips led to the arrest of an ice cream truck operator who was selling marijuana along with his frozen treats.
After authorities got tips about the alleged pot peddler, a deputy “heard jingling bells” about 2 p.m. Thursday and saw the ice cream truck entering a mobile home park, Berrien County sheriff’s Lt. Keith Hafer said in a written statement.
The park is in Benton Township, about 70 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.
Deputy John Hopkins stopped the truck, spoke with the driver and “detected the odor of marijuana coming from the truck (along with tutti-frutti and a couple other flavors),” Hafer wrote.
Authorities searched the van and found several packages of marijuana under the dashboard, the statement said.
The 36-year-old suspect was jailed while awaiting arraignment on charges of marijuana possession with intent to deliver and maintaining a drug vehicle, and on an outstanding warrant for skipping child support, Hafer said.