Two people in Texas have been arrested in connection to the burglary of an alleged meth dealer’s home filled with drug-laced candies, authorities said. Evonne Christine Mick and David Salinas, both 36, were arrested after they allegedly broke into the Houston home and tried to flee, KIAH reported. Authorities on Tuesday found 600 pounds of drugs in the home that consisted of meth-laced lollipops resembling Star Wars and Batman characters, as well as flowers, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said. The lollipops amounted to $1 million and were intended to be sold among children, police said. “Even if they were not sold directly to a child, what if they were dropped anywhere in a neighborhood, and a child were to pick them up is going to see… Next »
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