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Woman Dials 911 to Complain About Quality of Her Meth

A Montana woman learned the hard way that if you buy bad narcotics you shouldn’t call the police to complain about them, according police documents obtained by The Smoking Gun.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Margery Ann Dayrider dialed 911 to report that she had bought some bad methamphetamine, telling the dispatcher that after she injected it the drug left a “bad taste in her mouth.”

The Great Falls Police Department responded by sending a patrol car to the 33-year-old’s residence. She told Officer Jon Marshall that the symptoms she was experiencing were highly unusual. She boasted, “I do meth three times a day every day and have never had this reaction before.”

According to the affidavit, Dayrider told police that she “believed she got some bad meth and was having a bad reaction to it, vomiting, tingling tongue, bad taste in her mouth.”

She also told the officer that she “still had some meth inside her bra.” Officer Marshall did a field test of the crystalline substance she handed him from her undergarment, and it tested positive for methamphetamine.

Dayrider was arrested on a felony narcotics possession charge, and was jailed in lieu of $2,500 bond.

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Children Found in Meth Lab in Wisconsin

Two children were found living in a home where authorities discovered a meth lab last week, according to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say they entered a Pardeeville home last Wednesday in connection with an investigation into a methamphetamine lab. Besides the lab, they also found Suboxone, methamphetamine, chemicals and materials for manufacturing the drug. The children were turned over to their mother. A meth lab disposal team from Chicago cleaned up the hazardous materials and chemicals. Thirty-two-year-old Aaron Lytle of Pardeeville, was arrested on suspicion of possession of materials for manufacturing methamphetamine, maintaining a drug dwelling, possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacturing methamphetamine, felony neglecting a child, and a probation violation.