Drug dealers will do anything to move their product without people paying them any attention. Anything can be used to smuggle drugs, and nothing is sacred. Not pregnant women, not kid’s fashions, and definitely not toys. Even toys related to one of the most adorable holidays on the holiday book aren’t going to escape manipulation. A drug dealer was caught trying to sneak $30,000 worth of meth inside a stuffed Easter Bunny.
The drugs were stuffed into two condoms, which were then stuffed into the bunny. The bunny was then stuffed in the mail and was sent to Carolyn Ross, a resident of Tahlequah, Oklahoma. That package was sniffed out by drug dogs in Tulsa County, and they tipped off the police in Tahlequah. They then sent an officer posing as a delivery man with the bunny and boom, Ms. Ross was arrested and now the investigation is on.
“There were two condoms and meth stuffed inside the rabbit. It’s not the prize egg that we want in Tahlequah. We’ve intercepted narcotics in the mail before,” said Tahlequah police chief Nate King. “We didn’t know who at the home would receive the meth or if they knew what they were receiving. We got a plain white van, drove to the residence and served an anticipatory warrant on the resident.”
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