a blog by La Kifo
Just one day I'd like to write arrested by citizen. I would tend to think, for the amount of times I've heard the phrase citizens arrest, that I'd actually know of at least one case. It'd be a pretty baller move if the 8th graders this Georgia man was selling his fake drugs too, pulled a citizens sting and got this guy behind bars. But why would that happen, why would anything fun happen in Georgia?
A Georgia man is facing charges after police say he tried selling fake drugs.
Investigators say Akheem Sparrow packaged baking soda and dry wall to look like cocaine.
They also say he tried to pass off shredded cardboard mixed with kitchen herbs as marijuana.
Sparrow, 25, is charged with possession of an imitation controlled substance.
As baffling as this may seem, I guarantee this occurrence is far more common than perceived. If you look back at your life, contemplating the universe while simultaneously scanning your memories for a time back in middle/high school, and you cannot remember a single instance similar to one we have here, that ain't good. As every other statement set up this way, if you can't remember, then you were the one getting oregano weed, Himalayan pink rock salt molly, and/or sugar cocaine.
Your probably also thinking what a great idea this snitch form would be and if only your town had one in the local newspaper.
Let's take the focus off of you for once in your life.
It must take a other level of dumb to think weed looks like shredded cardboard and kitchen herbs.
This what shredded cardboard looks like,
which looks nothing like marijuana. If this is what you are being fooled into buying, then quit. Stop using drugs, which I can't even say to those people because they are not using drugs. They are smoking oregano and shredded cardboard as well as snorting dry wall and baking soda. If any of this Georgia mans clients are still alive, please hit a rehab facility because five more years of inhaling cardboard fumes paired with snorting dry wall may not be good for your health.
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