April 27

This Florida resident might not have had the best idea.

According to the Putnam County Sheriff’s report, Douglas Peter Kelly, from Hawthorne, in northern Florida, contacted MPs on Tuesday with a complaint saying he thought he was being sold bad drugs.

A police report on Facebook said the man told MPs that he bought methamphetamine about a week ago and experienced a “violent reaction” after taking it.

This is not all.

The suspect demanded that the detectives of the anti-narcotics department check him to see if something had been carved or sold to him. If Kelly was indeed sold the wrong drug, the suspect said he wanted to “press charges” against the trafficker.
The deputies told the 49-year-old man to enter the polling station and they would oblige him.

The message said: “Kelly drove to the sheriff’s office and handed the detectives a clear, crystal-like substance wrapped in aluminum foil.

The substance that Kelly intended to buy is a field test positive for methamphetamine. ”

Although Kelly could rest easy knowing he had bought the real deal, he was nevertheless arrested.

He was charged with drug possession and taken to Putnam County Jail and held on $ 5,000 bail.

The officers did not charge Kelly for the test.
“Remember, our detectives are always ready to help anyone who thinks they have been misled by buying illegal drugs,” concluded the report with the headline: “Public Notice: If you believe that you have been sold bad drugs, we offer a free service. to check them out for you. “

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