Alternately, I suppose if you're looking to get really high in a state where weed isn't legal, check out the new 2017 Ford Fusion!
Investigators with the help of Ford Motor Company determined the Ford Fusions, which were manufactured in Mexico, came to the United States by crossing the Mexican border into Arizona and made their way to northeast OH, the release says.
Now, investigators are trying to discover where along the supply line the marijuana was packed into the cars - and who failed to retrieve it.
"Clearly, something went wrong", the DEA's Silverio Balzano told CNN.
Officials reported that each bundle weighed about 32 pounds.
The remaining cars were delivered to other dealerships in Portage, Stark and Columbiana Counties, as well as one in Pennsylvania.
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Following the crash, the road was closed for six hours while the vehicles were examined and then removed. Skye was Millom Carnival Queen in 2012 and followed this by winning the Junior Miss South Lakes title.
Doak said it was there that investigators located and seized an additional five packages of marijuana from the trunks of new Ford Fusions.
But apparently that's not the only option that dealers have to get drugs into the U.S. They can also smuggle them using cars manufactured in Mexico.
The sheriff says no arrests have been made but the investigation continues.
It was at the point when the dealerships made delivery inspections that they discovered mini-bales of marijuana, compressed and shaped in half-moons, placed in the spare tire well of the subcompacts.
A Ford spokesman said Saturday that the company is aware of the situation and "taking it very seriously". "We have confirmed that this is not happening at our plant or at our internal shipping yards".