Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Meth Left in Boy's Holloween Bag

When Lars and Shelly Brosdah's 7 year old son returned from trick or treating, they looked in their son's bag and found $200 worth of methamphetamine and $85 in cash in his bag. The drugs and money was among the Snickers bars and Skittles. According to the police, someone who looked like a teenager dropped something into their son's bag as he was trick or treating with his 9 year old sister. The parents report that the methamphetamine looked like rock candy. The parents are grateful that their kids did not try to eat the methamphetamine.

The local police from a suburb of Minneapolis believe that the young man was fleeing from the police after a report of an assault earlier in the day.

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