Florida’s Putnam County Sheriff Department Will Test Your Meth For You
That was a bit of click bait. This has nothing to do with Putnam County, NY right around the corner from us. It is however a great story about a man and his meth. Police in Putnam County, FL say 49 year old Douglas Peter Kelly has been arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine.
The man apparently had a bad reaction to some methamphetamine and called the Sheriff's Department to ask if they would test it, they, of course said yes. According to a press release from the Putnam County Sheriff's Department Mr. Kelly did indeed follow up, he went in, got his meth tested and was, as I already mentioned AHHHHHHH-RRESTED.
Here is the underlying problem with criminal activity that no one tells you about. If you get screwed you have no recourse. There is no Better Business Bureau for being a person who does drugs, robs banks or likes prostitutes. If you get done wrong on "the streets" there is no one to call and complain to.
For example, say you are out on a Friday night looking for some sweet action and you pick up a hooker. The hooker takes takes you to a hotel room and when you walk in two guys in ski masks smash your teeth out of your head with a tube sock filled with pennies and steal your wallet. Now what? That's it. There is not another chapter to that story.
You got rolled. You got caught up in a Murphy game. You were MURPHED and there is not one thing you can do about it. Is that the kind of life you want to lead? If you have a bad meal at the local Waffle House you can YELP those son's of bitches into the ground. If you buy bad meth from your dealer, you got a bad batch of meth and that's your problem. Stay in school kids.
Florida, you say? This is a chicken and egg situation. What came first, crazy or Florida?