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02-13-08, 04:21 AM #1
Meth ATM deposit gets woman in trouble
An 18-year-old Bremerton, WA woman told police last week that she may have mistakenly placed a bag of meth into a local ATM for deposit into her bank account, according to documents filed in Kitsap County Superior Court.
An employee at Kitsap Credit Union told police that a bag of suspected methamphetamine showed up in a deposit envelope to be deposited in the woman's account at an ATM at the 100 block of Washington Avenue.
When police contacted the woman, she said that she's used meth and may have accidentally put the bag into the deposit envelope when she reached into her pants pocket to get money, documents said.
The bag tested positive for the presence for meth. She was arrested Thursday and charged Friday with one count of possession of meth, a felony, by prosecutors.
02-13-08, 04:49 PM #2
Washington Ave is not a great part of Bremerton so its not surprising...but actually admitting to it. Thats priceless!!!
02-14-08, 07:53 PM #3
More and more I have come to the realization that what others have said in the past. You just can't fix stupid. It is a permanent condition. Drugs only enhance it and make it worse. Some people must have terminally and irreversibly damaged their brains in the process.
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02-14-08, 08:03 PM #4
Any they wonder why they get caught
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