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HCSO: Drug dealers disguised meth as candy

14 Juin 2017

Deputies were originally called to a Harris County home Monday on a report of a burglary.

Drug dealers are getting creative as they apparently try to appeal to a younger market.

Evonne Christine Mick, left, and David Salinas.

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Deputies said there were so numerous lollipops in the suspects' auto, they couldn't even close the door.

Harris County Sheriff's deputies discovered 600 pounds of meth disguised as candy Tuesday morning while investigating a burglary in north Spring.

Deputies said two suspects, Evonne Mick and David Salinas were caught leaving the residence and loading a vehicle with the drug-laced candy.

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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.

Police say 46.2 grams of meth and multiple drug paraphernalia were found at a known drug house, located in the 100 block of Edgewood Dr.in ...

Police believe Mick and Salinas meant to distribute the drugs to juveniles, according to the Houston Chronicle, and emphasized the danger to the community the lollipops represented.

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

"What if one of these lollipops were dropped in a neighborhood and a child picked it up?" a police spokesperson told the newspaper.

According to KIAH, police are still searching for additional suspects.

HCSO: Drug dealers disguised meth as candy