Steve Martos with the Phoenix Police Dept. Court documents state that David Carpenter Bryant, 44, and Eric Scott Whittington, 45 were working as security guards for a delivery company called OnTrac . They were at the company’s facility near 44th and Elwood streets on Thursday when a 50 pound package marked as cannabis chocolate arrived. Employees were not expecting the shipment and put the package in a room with the intention of calling police to confiscate it. “Prior to them being able to call police they noticed that two of their security officers…had walked into this room with two backpacks and it appears that they had left that room with something in their backpacks,” said Sgt. Martos. The employees noticed that now there was less than 50 pounds of cannabis chocolate in the package. That is when they called police. Police then served search warrants at Bryant’s home in Goodyear and Whittington’s home in Litchfield Park. “We did in fact locate about twenty pounds of this cannabis based chocolate in one of the employees’ homes in Goodyear along with ammunition and handguns.” Sgt.
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