MELBOURNE, Fla. – Brandy Johnson was visiting a Chevron gas station on Babcock Street and Brevard Drive when a man took her car.
She tried to go after him, but he got away with the vehicle and some of her other personal belongings. It happened last Sunday.
This Sunday, Johnson's car was towed back to her — but inside were some items that weren't hers.
"There was marijuana on my seat,” Johnson said. “There was a whole rolled joint right here in the ash tray. The credit card scanners were underneath the seat. I found those this morning."
Johnson's car was recovered by the Melbourne Police Department after it was pulled over on U.S. 192 and Interstate 95.
She said the driver of the vehicle was different than the thief who took her car and was caught on surveillance video.
“I noticed right away that it's not even my keys, so then I’m like, wait a minute, this isn't my car,” Johnson said. “And it's not my radio. Everything looks weird.”
The people in the car were taken in for questioning, police said, but they were later released, claiming they had no idea the car was stolen.