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Cops Arrest South Carolina Woman For Possessing Urine That Tested Positive For Methamphetamine

The Telegraph, July 31, 2014

An Oklahoma woman is regretting her decision to exercise her rights as a consumer.

Lynette Rae Sampson was unhappy about the quality of the methamphetamine she had bought and called the police to complain.

It was a scene that could almost have come from Breaking Bad, the award-winning television series in which Walter White, a chemistry teacher, makes a fortune in producing the purest version of the drug.

The “ice” she said had been laced and was not up to the standard she expected.

According to a police affidavit an officer, Aaron Barber was sent to Ms Sampon’s home and was warmly greeted.

“I’m glad you came,” she is said to have told the officer before showing him a tin container on the kitchen counter.

The woman was arrested following a field test of the substance.

She now faces up to 10 years in jail for possession of the methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

“Once you think you’ve seen it all, something new will surprise you,” said Captain Jack Morris of Enid Police.

“It’s sad people who utilise these drugs don’t realise how it affects them, and what they can do to you.”