Texas police arrest suspects with $1 million worth of meth-laced lollipops

Violet Tucker
June 15, 2017

Harris County Sheriff's Office says they have performed a major drug seizure in northwest Harris County. The drugs have a street value of nearly a million dollars!

According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, more than 600 pounds of the drug-laced lollipops were recovered.

The police were responding to a report that a home was being burglarized, and noticed a man and woman taking the lollipops out of the house.

Lieutenant Ruben Diaz said that Harris County sheriff's deputies told the newspaper they received a call from. a concerned neighbor about a possible burglary at a home in Spring, Texas on Tuesday.

"They had so many narcotics in their vehicle, they couldn't close the back hatch of their auto", Lt. Ruben Diaz said, according to CNN.

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They arrested two people who were carrying out the lollipops in the shape of Star Wars, Batman and other Hollywood characters.

"And even if they were not sold directly to a child, what if these lollipops were dropped anywhere in the neighborhood". They said each lollipop can go from $20 to $40.

Investigators believe the meth and lollipops were manufactured inside this home and are now investigating the scope of the twisted operation.

The investigation continues as deputies believe other suspects are involved.

Mick has been charged with possession of a controlled substance and her bond is set at an estimated $1 million, according to court records.

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