GILBERT, AZ - A Gilbert man is accused of trying to trade pot for an IPad.
Gilbert Police spokesman, Mark Marino, said 20-year-old Jacob Walker posted an advertisement on Craigslist.
Walker's ad indicated he wanted to trade marijuana and an iPod for an Apple iPad.
Detectives replied to Walker's ad and set up a meeting at Val Vista and Warner roads. Marino said Walker arrived with the marijuana and iPod, and presented the pot to an undercover detective.
Walker and another man, 20-year-old Joseph Velarde of Gilbert, were arrested Wednesday afternoon. They each face charges including the transportation and sale of marijuana.
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