updated - May 24, 2013 Friday EDT
By Zanub Saeed
A Dunkin' Donuts employee in Florida was arrested on Tuesday after she was found depositing 55 grams of marijuana with her bank deposit, according to police in the St. Augustine area.
The woman in question, Kimberley Antoinette Kelly, was arrested this Tuesday at Regions Bank on South Ponce de Leon Blvd., said a report on News4Jax.com. St Augustine Police Department spokesman Mark Samson told the press that bank employees locked the marijuana in the bank vault and then proceeded to call the police department.
She was making a commercial deposit for Dunkin' Donuts at the tame, said a report from First Coast News, and mixed inside the bag with the deposit was two ounces of the marijuana.
The report stated that when Kelley was told her deposit slip wouldn't be available until the next day, she had asked the bank if she had left anything else in with her deposit, to which they said yes, and that there was another item in the bag, the marijuana in question. Kelley asked to have the other item back, said the News4Jax report, though the employees did not return it to her, as noted by the police.
Kelley, when she did not get her marijuana back, went back into the bank to talk to the bank manager, police said. During the time she was trying to get her marijuana back from the bank manager, whose team had locked away the illegal drug in a vault, said First Coast News, the police arrived.
Upon arrival, the police tested the marijuana for authenticity, and when they received a positive result, the St. Augustine police told News4Jax, they arrested Kelley, 30, and sent her to St. Jon's County Jail. Kelly was charged for third-degree felony marijuana possession, and released on a $5,000 bond the following day.
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