Video: Pot Shipments With Fraudulent Return Addresses On Rise

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The U.S. Postal Service says mixups like the one that returned a package of marijuana to a Sacramento family they didn’t ship are becoming more common.

CBS13 brought you the story of the couple who received an airtight package of marijuana hidden underneath empty boxes inside a larger box.

The Postal Service dropped off the package at the home because it had insufficient postage, and the couple’s address was listed as the return address.

Jeff Fitch is a postal inspector for Northern California, and says his office gets several cases like this a week.

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