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Woman crushes dog food and sells it as heroin

By Mason White 4:30 PM December 20, 2015
Megan Meyer 

By: Feng Qian
A woman of Wisconsin, sold fake drugs after telling a man she needs to get rid of it because her probation officer was coming to her home.

22-year-old Megan Meyer is accused of trying to sell dog food as heroin and aspirin as percocet.

Meyer now faces two felony counts of imitation of a controlled substance and felony bail jumping.

According to the criminal complaint, investigators were notified by an informant that Meyer “was looking to get rid of Percocet.” Meyer also told the informant that she also had some heroin available.

According to the informant, Meyer said that she needed to get the items out of her house because her probation officer will be making a home visit.

The informant bought the drugs and then gave the Ziploc plastic bag with the drugs inside to the police. The pill was not drugs.

Meyer was arrested on a parole violation and other charges. When she was asked if she ever sold drugs, she said: “I sold fake stuff.”

She admitted to crushing dog food and selling it as heroin and aspirin as Percocet, police said.

If convicted, Meyer faces up to six years in prison and $10,000 in fines.