Undercover cops arrest teen allegedly selling pot brownies outside Walmart

A 19-year-old faces a marijuana possession charge after police say he posted pictures of “pot brownies” on Instagram and sold the product outside a metro Atlanta Walmart. 

Undercover cops arrested Addae Simmons after they purchased the marijuana-filled treats at a Walmart in Douglas County, Channel 2 Action News reported. The officers met with Simmons twice. 

Addae Simmons (Douglas County Sheriff's Office)

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“People would friend him on Instagram, and he would do a little check on them...,” Douglasville Police major J.R. Davidson told Channel 2. “If he felt comfortable, they would make a purchase and he would deliver for them.” 

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Davidson said Simmons may have been targeting high school students since a survey on his Instagram account asks which high school customers attended. 

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