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USA - A.C. cops go Phish-ing, find lots of drugs

Discussion in 'Justice & Law' started by Balzafire, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. Balzafire

    Balzafire Palladium Member

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    Apr 25, 2009
    59 y/o Male from U.S.A.
    [imgl=white]https://www.drugs-forum.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=17643&stc=1&d=1288825293[/imgl]Judging from the smorgasbord of drugs confiscated over the weekend, Atlantic City Police could hang a sign on their evidence locker that reads:

    Phish Pharmacopeia.

    The Grateful Dead-inspired jam band played Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Halloween) in "America's Playground," and authorities, including immigration/customs agents and members of the county prosecutor's office, collected everything from magic mushrooms and acid to the anesthetic ketamine and prescription pills.

    They even seized Rice Krispies Treats with cannabis.

    Can you say, "Snap, Crackle and Pot," boys and girls?

    The total street value was put at $278,310, which doesn't include the $12,251 in cash seized as suspected proceeds of illegal drug transactions.

    No, it doesn't exactly rival the recent Mexican-border bust that intercepted more than 100 tons of weed, valued at more than $300 million.

    But it quite a haul for in, and around, Boardwalk Hall.

    Enough to create an illustrated field guide to meds and mind-altering substances.

    Arrested were 63 men and women from 15 states, plus one Philadelphia 15-year-old who allegedly resisted arrest after distributing nitrous oxide. Most of the accused were given summonses for possession and released. A detective "assaulted with nitrous oxide" while making two arrests was treated and released from a hospital, and a captain's hand was injured as he tried to subdue a male suspect, according to the police news release.

    Here's the list of drugs gathered by A.C. police:

    - 70 nitrous oxide tanks.

    - 551.2 grams (19.4 oz.) marijuana.

    - 4 marijuana-laced brownies.

    - 16 marijuana-laced Rice Krispies Treats.

    - 66 marijuana-laced cookies.

    - 134.9 grams (4.8 oz.) psilocybin mushrooms.

    - 22 doses of ketamine.

    - 34.3 grams (1.2 oz.) of Ecstasy (MDMA powder form, a.k.a Molly).

    - 60 pills of Ecstasy.

    - 30.7 grams (1.1 oz.) cocaine.

    - 2.2 grams (0.1 oz) heroin.

    - 395 hits of LSD.

    - 21 LSD-laced cookies.

    - 26 Oxycodone pills.

    - 7 Oxycontin pills.

    - 39 Hydrocodone pills.

    - 29 Carisoprodol pills.

    - 14 Xanax pills.

    - 8 Diazepam pills.

    - 3 Alprazolam pills.

    By Peter Mucha
    Inquirer Staff Writer
    Nov. 3, 2010


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  2. fuzelogic

    fuzelogic Silver Member

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    Mar 11, 2009
    Male from uzbekistan
    amazing the difference between a dead lot party in the 80's compared to 2010.... just because it's a party band doesn't mean Law Enforcement is going to be turning a blind eye.

    In SWIMS opinion looks like LE had a whole group of under cover designated to the parking lot party considering some of the items people got busted with.
  3. EscapeDummy

    EscapeDummy Palladium Member

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    Apr 15, 2009
    Male from U.S.A.
    Psychedelic rock concerts sound somewhat akin to a massive rave. Rampant drug use of all types, heavy on the hallucinogens / psychedelics, and undercover cops abound.
  4. Code9

    Code9 Titanium Member

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    Sep 15, 2010
    Male from Canada
    This guy's going to be the laughingstock of the force for years.

    You could tell they were laced because they had kaleidoscope colored chocolate chips in them and kept smiling even though there were about to be eaten.