Friday, January 06, 2006
To grow on you
Story County sheriff's deputies said they believe methamphetamine is now being produced as a liquid that can be applied to paper. Authorities discovered the meth after it was sent through the mail. Investigators said the drug is typically made so that it can be smoked or injected, but now sheriff's deputies are seeing it in a liquid form. "We were notified that a package had been sent in the mail. We obtained that package and found what appeared to be a liquid methamphetamine that was applied to the paper," said Capt. Gary Foster, of the Story County Sheriff's Department. Initial lab tests showed that images printed on a piece of paper contain meth. "Then all the person has to do is take one of the pieces, tear it out, put it in their mouth and the drug can be ingested in their system in that fashion," Foster said. The person who wrote the letter makes a direct reference to the handmade stationery on which the letter was written. The letter's author also comments on how the stationery starts "To grow on you" and how she now likes it.
I guess its better than burning down deodorant and drinking it for the alcohol content, or stuffing oranges full of bread then letting it sit out on the windowsill to rot. Meth-Heads what will the come up with next?