Two women from Georgia were placed under arrest by narcotics officers. Apparently, they twisted things a bit. But, they chose a church to do so, and only God knows why. During an event held at the church, the two women decided to sell cannabis edibles!
Now, they face drug charges and if Jesus is impressed by their boldness, only he can save them. The two women, Ebony Cooper and Leah Pressley who are 28 and 26 years old respectively, were attending an event that had local entrepreneurs in attendance. The entrepreneurs were showcasing their products.
Perhaps, Cooper and Pressley decided that they could sell their products too?
How The Events Unfolded
Well, any drug peddler will tell you to be careful who you push your drugs to. Apparently, the women had no clue that the men who purchased their drool-worthy edibles infused with cannabis were none other than agents from hell. What was supposed to be a holy event turned out to be the worst day of their lives for Cooper and Pressley.
On September 14, 2018, CNT agents who were obviously undercover purchased THC edibles from the women.
The purchase was made at a church that is located in Savannah. The agents noted that the women were selling edibles and other items like brownies and puddings openly. Everything went smoothly, but little did the women know that the agents were following them.
Cannabis Takes A Backseat With Firearm Involved
We don’t know if the agents got high on the edibles themselves, but they followed the women to another location. As if selling cannabis edibles outside a church wasn’t enough, the women even had a firearm that was loaded in the car.
The next thing that was seized was a $1000 and some edibles that were stashed in the car. For what it’s worth, the undercover agents stated that Pressley wasn’t involved in selling edibles. However, the cops said that the women were very active on social media sites advertising their products to anyone interested.
Now, both the women are charged with felony drug charges. Based on the investigation conducted by the cops, the church was clueless about the activities occurring on their premises. Next time you see someone selling edibles at a church, kindly restrain from purchasing them even if the seller looks like an incarnation of Mother Teresa herself!