It’s in the BagIntercity Transit in Olympia, Wash., found a backpack that had been left on one of its buses. Inside, they allegedly found marijuana and “magic mushrooms” packaged for sale, along with a wallet belonging to Michael Henderson, 43. Henderson showed up later at Intercity Transit asking if his bag had been found. Police arrested him on charges of possession of narcotics with intent to sell. Earlier that same weekend, a plainclothes officer in Seattle saw four youths attack a man and take his backpack. Officers apprehended and arrested the youths, but the man took off before they could return his backpack. When the officers looked inside, they allegedly found a large quantity of magic mushrooms. (MS/KOMO Seattle, 2) ...Your task: figure out which dealer actually uses the product he’s selling.
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