A Tennessee police department is asking residents not to flush drugs down the toilet because of fears that wildlife might consume them and exhibit unnatural behaviors.
“Ducks, Geese, and other fowl frequent our treatment ponds and we shudder to think what one all hyped up on meth would do,” the Loretto Police Department posted Saturday on Facebook. “Furthermore, if it made it far enough we could create meth-gators in Shoal Creek and the Tennessee River down in North Alabama.”
I don’t even want to try to imagine what an Alabama meth-gator might do. That is scary stuff.
It took only seconds for social media comments to start appearing. My favorite is a tweet which said that “This should be the new mascot for a university down there. Think of how terrifying it would be to play the South Alabama Meth Gators.”
The police department did not mention any cases of a meth-gator causing havoc, but last month police in Alabama arrested a man who allegedly fed meth to a pet squirrel named Deeznutz and trained it to attack people, and a jungle python in Australia reportedly required six weeks of detoxification after absorbing meth through its skin in a lab. The python behaved more aggressively and erratically.
A mom in Georgia found a box of Legos in a consignment shop in Charleston, South Carolina and figured it would be a good gift for her child back home in Statesboro. But when the lucky boy opened the box, he didn’t find any Legos. He found a bag with 3.2 (1.5 kg) pounds of methamphetamine worth around $40,000.
Jim Riggs, the sheriff’s investigator, told the Statesboro Herald that the woman didn’t know she was transporting drugs when she took the Lego box back home.
“They took it and gave it to a young child, who opened the box” and was likely very disappointed, Riggs said, adding that the intended recipients were probably even more upset.
The Lego box was shrink-wrapped to look like it came from the factory but may have been purposely sent to an incorrect address before it ended up on the consignment store’s shelves.
According to a Facebook post from the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office, no charges have been filed in the case.
Undercover police officers from Detroit’s 12th district posing as drug dealers arrested undercover officers from the 11th who were posing as drug buyers. Or was it the other way around?
“This is probably one of the most embarrassing things I’ve seen in this department since I’ve been appointed police chief,” James Craig told reporters. “In fact, I’d have to tell you it is probably one of the most disappointing things I’ve experienced in my entire 40-year career.”
During the botched operation, 12th precinct officers, who were posing as drug dealers, were held at gunpoint by police from the 11th precinct. “I am thankful that no one was more seriously injured,” Craig said.
The entire incident, which happened in 2017, was captured on body cameras, which shows both sets of officers fighting and punching each other.
A man from Pinellas County, Florida, denied ownership when jail officials found syringes in his rectum during an early morning strip search.
Wesley Scott, 40, was arrested Friday in Pinellas County on an outstanding warrant charging him with drug possession, reports The Smoking Gun.
When Scott was searched at the jail, he “removed three syringes from his rectum and provided them” to a jailer. Scott then claimed that he “found” the syringes and that “they were not his.”, although he did not explain how they wound up in his buttocks.
Scott was charged with introducing contraband into a correctional facility and held on $5,000 bond.
Hey, completely wasted lady! That does not look like your phone. And how can you smoke that menthol crap?
How could he?!
No need for stupid comments here. The video speaks for itself.