A Chicago police sergeant said a group of narcotics officers had a better Sunday than the Chicago Bears did--after seizing 115 pounds of marijuana from a West Side warehouse.
Officers found the drugs in the 5100 block of West Lake Street after receiving an anonymous tip, ABC Chicago reports. Aside from the $750,000 in marijuana, officers also found guns, ammunition and a stolen car.
"Our tactical guys had a better day than the Bears," Sgt. Edward Sullins told the Chicago Tribune. "We were able to develop information from a source and obtain a search warrant. Our guys found a large amount of high-end pot, probably worth just under $1 million on the street."
One person was arrested in the bust.