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Breaking Bad in Del Norte

 

Crank Bugs Busted With Large Meth Seizure

(VIDEO)

 

Skippy Massey
Humboldt Sentinel

 

Jobs are tedious and boring, Malcolm.  That’s why they call itwork’.

Kids used to grow up wanting to be an astronaut, a fireman,
or a rock star.  Now they grow up and want to be the cool
and collected bad dude like Breaking Bad’s Walter White.  Ahead
of the game, easy cold cash, a quick tweak or two, and your chicks for free.

Take this Del Norte couple, for example.

Details are sketchy, but the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office said they seized a whopping  1 1/4 pound of methamphetamine, $8,000 worth of marijuana and 4.8 grams of heroin early Sunday morning.

It started when a Sheriff’s deputy approached a parked car with two occupants and smelled some marijuana odor drifting about the vehicle.  A search was conducted and the whole boatload of drugs were found around 1 a.m.

They found the illicit goods to be in the possession of Angela Abels, 21, and Paul Tabash, 38.

Both were arrested and thrown into the Del Norte County Pokey.

We understand Mr. Tabash remained in custody while Ms. Abels bailed.  While birds of a feather do flock together, there’s an age difference to take into consideration, you know.

You can see the meth one-and-a-quarter pounder photo-op here taken by the Del Norte Sheriff’s office– eight bags of crystal crank worth somewhere in the neighborhood of $50,000 to $100,000. 

A meth lab somewhere was busy making this big batch.  That’s a lot of rotted teeth, crank bugs, picked open pustules, and lost lives breaking bad, Malcolm.  No wonder they blow up.

Life is unfair.

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(Posted by Skippy Massey)

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