A Detroit man was arrested for dispensing marijuana from a vending machine bolted to the outside wall of his home.
Police say Marcellus Cornwell, 46, earned $2,000 a day dispensing weed out of his vending machine without a license.
The middle aged drug dealer retired from street sales about 4 years ago. He came up with a convenient way to still earn a living wage without leaving home.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the vending machine featured a navigation system with a touch screen, anime characters, and a voice command. It even accepted credit cards and Apple Pay.
Cornwall's enterprise was brought to the attention of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) by neighbors who were fed up with the constant foot traffic.
"If you do this stuff inside a neighborhood, people are going to take notice and they're going to get mad," said an ATF agent.
The feds raided Cornwell's residence and seized the vending machine, 18 firearms, ammunition and bags of marijuana.
According to court documents obtained by the Free Press, Cornwell "owned and operated the marijuana vending machine attached to the residence for four years, making approximately $2,000 per day."
Cornwall is currently out on bond.