Over the past weeks, we’ve seen numerous examples of drug dealers disguising their product as something else to slip under the radar of law enforcement. However, there is another class of D-Boys that sell sham drugs. Most will pass a common, legal product as drugs, but there are those that will masquerade a certain drug as another to dupe custies into buying. One such case is coming out of Wisconsin where dudes were cooking up meth, then dressing it up as cocaine.
Four men, between the ages of 20 and 23, were arrested by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department after a warrant was executed on the house they were in. The laws came up on a lot, but the biggest haul was a reported $1 million worth of meth disguised as cocaine found in the house. It was found packed in kilos and looked like powdered coke, but after tests, its true form was revealed. Strong chemical odors and an unidentified brown liquid led investigators to a processing lab, where the men allegedly cooked up the meth and convert it into white powder. Using cutting agents, the street chemists were able to turn their meth into white powder which they sold as cocaine.
Additionally, the cops found 3.7 grams of actual cocaine, about 24 pounds of weed, more meth (bringing the total to almost 38 pounds of meth worth $1.5 million) and a gun. Those arrested face charges of possession with intent to deliver meth, possession with intent to deliver THC and keeper of a drug house.
It makes sense that the team could sell meth as cocaine, because they both deliver effects of heightened energy and mental alertness. That’s quite a flip, though. They were reportedly turning one pound of meth into four pounds of coke.