Boston-area police discovered a stolen Red Sox 2004 World Series ring during a drug raid.
In a scene straight out of a Matt Damon-Ben Affleck movie, police executing a drug raid outside Boston on Tuesday discovered, among other things, a stolen Red Sox 2004 World Series ring.
Cops in the suburb of Quincy raided a home and arrested a man named Dennis Leclair, according to The Patriot Ledger, after they found a whole bunch of Oxycodone, $9,000 in cash and one piece of Boston sports history.
Unfortunately for Leclair, because the ring was stolen, he was hit with a charge of receiving stolen property worth more than $250 in addition to the drug possession and distribution charges.
The good news is that the ring, which belonged to an office employee, will be returned to its rightful owner.
- Dan Gartland