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Patrol seizes 10 gallons of liquid PCP, valued at $3 million

By Orlynao, Apr 22, 2009 | Updated: Apr 23, 2009 | | |
  1. Orlynao
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    Patrol seizes 10 gallons of liquid PCP, valued at $3 million

    Largest Patrol PCP seizure in History

    Published: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 9:05 AM EDT

    DAYTON “Two Las Vegas women are facing felony charges after being indicted by a grand jury yesterday following a March 12 incident where Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers seized 10 gallons of liquid phencyclidine (PCP) valued at $3 million. This seizure is the largest amount of PCP the Patrol has ever seized in a single traffic stop."

    The driver, Lisandra Pearson, 22, and Dianira Garcia, 24, were both charged with aggravated possession of liquid PCP, a first-degree felony.


    http://www.timesjournal.com/articles/2009/04/21/government/doc49edbf22cbe67645000003.txt

Comments

  1. sandoz1943
    WOW! Thats alot of PCP.
  2. EscapeDummy
    Aggravated possession of PCP? As opposed to normal possession? What does that even mean lol
  3. shogun875
    Wow. And that is why you drive very carefully when you have something like that in the car. It always amazes me the number of people that get caught by breaking traffic laws or other such avoidable things. To paraphrase Nelson Demille's book The Lion's Game, obey all the little laws, it makes the large ones easier to break. Of course that was in reference to terrorism, but it holds true here....
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