An Easter Bunny stuffed with $30,000 worth of methamphetamine was intercepted in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by Tahlequah police.
“We’ve intercepted narcotics in the mail before,” said Tahlequah Police Chief Nate King.
The package was to be delivered to the home of Carolyn Ross, reports FOX 23.
Police staged an undercover operation, with one officer posing as a delivery man at Ross’ home.
“We got a plain white van, drove to the residence and served an anticipatory warrant on the resident,” King said.
Ross was arrested and confessed to knowing the drugs were in the mail. Her intent was to distribute them to someone else, according to officials.
The use of the Easter Bunny was seen as a “strange touch” by King.
The stuffed animal had a hole cut into the bottom.
“There were two condoms and meth stuffed inside the rabbit,” King said.
The street value of the pound of meth inside the rabbit is worth around $30,000.
“It’s not the prize egg that we want in Tahlequah,” King said.
Ross is being held at the Cherokee Detention Center on $75,000 bond.