Some people spend their whole lives trying to find the perfect dream job, that specific thing they were put on God’s green earth to do. Fortunately for one man from Orange County, Virginia, his calling could not be any more obvious: Paul Scott Stoner was born to sell pot.
Unfortunately (and rather unsurprisingly), the 42-year-old man’s dedication to his career has gotten him in some very hot water. In fact, just a few days ago police arrested him and shut down his business, confiscating over $10,000 worth of marijuana.
On Thursday, August 14, 2014 the Blue Ridge Narcotics and Gang Task Force, in conjunction with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant on Berry Run Rd in Orange County Virginia. Law enforcement had previously obtained information that the resident there, Paul Stoner, was involved in the distribution of marijuana to juveniles. During the search warrant Law enforcement officials located an outdoor marijuana grow near the residence of Paul Stoner.
Investigators seized from the property, marijuana plants, loose marijuana, drug paraphernalia, prescription medication, needles, spoons, item’s related to illegal narcotics use and multiple firearms. The street value of the Marijuana plants seized is $10,500.
At this time Paul Scott Stoner, 42 years of age has been charged with manufacturing Marijuana, and possession of a firearm while in possession of more than a pound of Marijuana. This investigation is still ongoing and further charges are pending. The Department of Social Services is also involved in the investigation.
While it’s always sad to see a person’s dream come to an end, I’m sure Stoner and his endeavors made fellow Stoners worldwide pretty darn proud. Chin up, Paul, someone else will surely carry the torch!