Cops Swarm Property Over Suspected Meth Lab, Find Bucket Of Maple Syrup InsteadChris | InformationLiberation
Feb. 16, 2013
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An Illinois citizen reported their neighbor to police for allegedly manufacturing meth, leading to police "swarming" the suspects' residence, only problem is they weren't manufacturing meth, but instead collecting maple syrup.
UNION COUNTY, IL (KFVS) - A Union County family got the scare of their lives on Wednesday morning as drug agents swarmed onto their property.
The Bensons supposedly "thanked" their neighbors for reporting them to the police as it shows they "cared."
Truth is, they should be counting their lucky stars the police didn't raid them guns blazing in a no-knock raid over this false tip and kill them on the spot, Todd Blair wasn't so fortunate.
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