Meth Smoker Tells Deputies of Lost Wallet
PORT ORCHARD, Wash. (AP) - A Suquamish woman called the Kitsap County sheriff's office to complain about a friend with whom she had been smoking methamphetamine.
The woman said Saturday that her friend failed to return a wallet that had been left to secure a $15 loan to buy more drugs.
The Kitsap Sun reports the friend denied doing drugs and allowed deputies to search her home. They did not find the wallet. No one was arrested.
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