Vikings Superfan Sir Death VWO Arrested In Major Pot Bust, Removes Mask For Mugshot



Sir Death VWO, the Vikings superfan who led a group of about 300 other Vikings superfans, admits that he used profits from pot dealing to buy Vikings season tickets and merchandise, pinball machines, arcade games and tattoos. That’s the word this week out of Minneapolis, a city that was rocked by the Teddy Bridgewater news, then the Adrian Peterson news and now this drama.

From WCCO:

A Minnesota Vikings super fan, known as “Sir Death”, faces drug charges after he was allegedly connected to hundreds of pounds of marijuana earlier this month, according to a report.

Karl R. Heinrichs, 44, of Stillwater was charged in St. Croix County Circuit Court felony THC possession with the intent to deliver.

On Sept. 8, 2016, a tip led Washington County investigators to Heinrichs’ home. A search warrant was executed at his residence where 153 grams of marijuana and marijuana wax was reportedly discovered.

Later, investigators followed Heinrichs to his home where they watched him transfer a Vikings cooler and a black bag into a Jeep parked there. The Jeep was stopped by authorities and a search of the vehicle turned up more than 31 pounds of marijuana and nine pounds of marijuana wax.

Here’s the pot the cops found at a Wisconsin storage unit that Heinrichs admitted was his.

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Sir Death back in the better days when little kids didn’t know him as the pot dealer guy.


Good luck, bro.

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