Tennessee police arrested a person after he allegedly tried to flush a dozen grams of medication down his rest room, one thing police jokingly mentioned may create “meth-gators” in Alabama.
Officers with the Loretto Police Division in Tennessee arrested a suspected drug vendor who was discovered making an attempt to flush grams methamphetamine down the bathroom on Saturday, in line with a put up on the division’s Fb web page. Sadly, they eliminated the put up Yesterday.
As soon as police entered Perry’s dwelling, officers discovered him attempting to flush the meth and several other gadgets of paraphernalia down his rest room. Andy Perry was arrested after police discovered 12 grams of meth, 24 fluid ounces of liquid meth, and several other paraphernalia gadgets inside the home.
He was charged drug possession with intent for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and tampering with proof.
The police division launched an announcement on Fb in regards to the incident.
“This People…please don’t flush your medication m’kay (sic). Whenever you ship one thing down the sewer pipe it leads to our retention ponds for processing earlier than it’s despatched downstream. Now our sewer guys take nice pleasure in releasing water that’s cleaner than what’s within the creek, however they aren’t actually ready for meth.”
“Geese, Geese, and different fowl frequent our remedy ponds and we shudder to suppose what one all overrated on meth would do. Moreover, if it made it far sufficient we may create meth-gators in Shoal Creek and the Tennessee River down in North Alabama. They’ve had sufficient methed up animals the previous few weeks with out our assist. So, if it’s good to eliminate your medication simply give us a name and we are going to make sure that they’re disposed of within the correct approach.”