Bong-selling duo busted at county fair, say Pa. police

Its county fair season – ferris wheels, livestock, funnel cakes, bongs…. A drug task force detective says two people openly sold marijuana pipes and bongs at the Fayette County Fair in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Thirty-three-year-old Stephen Krug and 24-year-old Maria Zelik, both of Freedom, are charged with possession, conspiracy and possession with intent to deliver drug paraphernalia.

County task force Detective Ryan Reese says they rented a booth at the Fayette fair where they displayed a water bong, dozens of glass and wooden pipes, a digital scale and other drug-related products.

A sign said the products were for tobacco use only. But the clear-eyed Det. Reese says he asked the couple, “When did you ever see anybody smoke tobacco out of a water bong?,” and also why they needed a digital scale, which is commonly used to weigh marijuana but not tobacco. Not all is fair at the county fair.

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  1. mmciastro says:

    Tobacco is legal to grow. Taxes are high. A packet of seed is a couple dollars for 40-100 seeds.

    I have a small patch of tobacco growing, I use a scale to measure out the right amount of fertilizer needed to hit application rates of 291-37-321 lbs per acre of N-P-K. Two tobacco plants can get someone a cartons’ worth of smoke.

    A normally packed traditional pipe can take 1/2 hour to smoke. I work and can’t take a 1/2 hour smoke break. A small glass bowl or sidewinder is perfect for a quick smoke.

    Smoking homegrown tobacco out of a bowl eliminates the paper and glues, and the hundreds of chemicals found in phillip Morrris or RJR tobaccos.

    So, I use a scale for tobacco.
    I use a glass pipe for tobacco.

    Now he can know someone who does use them and stop arresting people for NON-crimes.

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