Steven Kennedy (35), a horticultural student of Scott Street, Perth, Scotland, has been caught ordering 250 grams of Orange Bud (cannabis type) from Canada using the Agora Marketplace while it was still open. He ordered the package to his home address, however, an airport sniffer dog intercepted the parcel. As a result of that, the weed was not delivered by the postman, but an officer of the Scotland Police to Kennedy.
Depute fiscal Jim Eodanable told Perth Sheriff Court Kennedy had intentions to sell around half of the cannabis to his close friends.
A police source added this statement as an explanation of the case:
“He obviously thought it was an easy way to get his cannabis by ordering it online from a site based in Canada. He was pretty brazen ordering it to be sent to his own home address, but he obviously thought he would never get caught. Unfortunately for him, it had barely arrived in the country when one of the dogs at the hub in Coventry picked it out as a suspicious package. It was opened and found to be cannabis, so it wasn’t too hard to track down to its intended recipient, since his name was