Woman rings Esperance police to complain about lack of marijuana

Senior Sergeant Richard Moore with some of the cannabis taken off Esperance streets.

The Esperance Police Station received a rather unusual telephone call late Friday night when a local woman decided to vent her frustration over of the lack of cannabis around town.

Friday night is typically a busy night for local coppers. But they weren't expecting a complaint from an upset drug user.

Senior Sergeant Richard Moore said the concerned resident was irate and angry when discussing her point of view with the police officer who took the call.

It was believed the woman was intoxicated. In a heated exchange with the officer, she wanted it known to the Esperance police just how hard they had made it to purchase cannabis around town.


"She was disgusted with what Esperance Police have done and would like us to stop charging people for using or possessing cannabis," he said.


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