An Arizona man could have gotten himself probably the fanciest vehicle out and about and had cash left done with what a precious stone he purportedly took was worth, however rather police say he exchanged the $160,000 diamond for $20 worth of weed.
Walter Baron Morrison, 20, of Phoenix, Az., was accused of lawful offense burglary after he supposedly took a bundle containing the precious stone while emptying an UPS freight plane, specialists disclosed to ABC's Phoenix offshoot KNXV-television.
The precious stone was esteemed at $160,000. That is sufficient cash to purchase a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S and still have enough left over to make an up front installment on a house.
Be that as it may, Morrison had various plans.
He exchanged the $160,000 precious stone for $20 worth of weed, which as indicated by a worldwide weed value record is what might be compared to two joints.
A representative for UPS disclosed to KNXV that the precious stone was recuperated and conveyed to its planned client. Morrison was terminated.
Morrison is booked to show up in Phoenix' Maricopa Region Predominant Court on Tuesday.