When Meth Turns Out to Be Laundry Detergent
Here's one to make you LOL (laugh out loud), from Fourth Amendment.com, which tracks appellate decisons and news pertaining to searches and seizures daily:
Why CI's must be given careful scrutiny: A Worchester, MA man was arrested on information from a snitch that he was in possession of a large quantity of meth in a Wal-Mart bag. After the man arrested bailed out, the crime lab determined it was laundry detergent:
...."A Holland man who was arrested on charges of trafficking methamphetamine says he’s clean, that the drug confiscated from his car by police was simply laundry detergent. After laboratory results tested negative for the drug, charges of trafficking in excess of 200 grams of methamphetamine were dismissed in Central District Court against Leroy Wilcox,... and a co-defendant, Edward J. MacIsaac, 20, of ... Keene, N.H.
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