Wednesday, October 8, 2014

That Ain't Candy, Kids

A 30 year old mother by the name of Ashley R. Tull of Selbyville, Maryland is in trouble because she didn't check the bag she sent her child to school with. Tull sent her daughter to school with a different backpack because the dog had ruined it the previous night. Her daughter took the bag to school and upon opening it found a bunch of little bags. You see where this is going. Her daughter, thinking it was candy, started handing them out. Turns out they were bags of heroin. Red chicken. Diesel. Golden girl. Spider blue. Rihanna. Brown sugar. White nurse. Sanford & Son. Black tar. Number 8. Scat. Mud. Baba Booey. Witch hazel. You know what I'm talking about. Despite this she was not charged with possession or charged as a dealer. She was charged with maintaining drug property and three counts of child endangerment. She got out on $6,000 bail. That doesn't seem to be all that much money for having your kid take drugs to school (on accident) and handing it out to other kids. If they had eaten that shit this story would be all over the news. Be that as it may, I stumbled across this story and am still shocked that she didn't get charged with more stuff. Maybe heroin is cheaper than I think. Just checked online. Between $140-150 a gram and she had 3.735 grams. 

Teachers noticed kids with these bags of white powder and freaked the fuck out and called police. Master Cpl. Gary E. Fournier said “None of the packets were opened by any of the kids.” Still they checked on a few of the kids just to be sure. They haven't said who the heroin really belonged to and are still looking into it. Those child endangerment charges come from the fact that a 4, 9, and 11 year old live in the house with her where handing out bags full of heroin isn't something that compels you to check every bag that leaves the house. The kids are all with another relative and ordered not to contact her kids which means that she is still talking to them. There were 249 packets of heroin which is a shit ton of drugs. I mean, it sounds like a lot to me. 249 can be three days worth of the shit to some people. Chances are she'll end up getting custody and pissed at her daughter for handing out her smack.  

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