The news outlets reported false information on the crime

I was working at the Denver cannabis dispensary on Saturday.

That day we had a ton of problems.

When I got to work, I found out that someone broke into the dispensary on the previous night. They took several products from the storeroom and vandalized the front counter area. The dispensary was a mess when I came to work. I spent several hours cleaning up the place with my co-workers. Later that day, there was a huge fight in the parking lot. One of our regular customers was parked in the handicap spot. Another person decided to double-park. The two guys got into a fight because of the parking situation. The security officer had to get involved to break up the fight. A couple of hours later, we had a thief in the store. The thief tried to steal several jars of concentrate from the shelf. One of the security officers saw the guy stealing and stopped the guy in his tracks. The thief refused to empty his pockets and cited his first amendment rights. The security officer detained the guy and called the Denver Sheriff. When the Denver Police arrived, they searched the culprit and found 5 grams of cannabis concentrate. When I was watching the news later that night, there was a story about the Denver cannabis dispensary sets. The news outlet reported false information on the crime. They tried to say that the thief had a weapon, but there was absolutely no proof that the guy had a knife or a gun in the store.

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