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Woman Faces More Than 10 Years In Prison For Selling Dog Food To Police Informant

Megan Meyer was charged in December 2015 for allegedly selling crushed dog food, disguised as heroin, to a police informant in Plymouth, Wisconsin, on Nov. 18, 2015. She also reportedly crushed up aspirin and tried to pass it off as Percocet.

For allegedly selling imitation controlled substances and jumping bail, Meyer faces more than 15 years in prison, if she is convicted, noted WESH.

The Sheboygan Press reported that she faces a maximum of 12 years in prison because of "enhancers attached for repeat behavior," if convicted.

The newspaper noted that Meyer was placed into custody for a probation hold on Dec. 13, 2015, and was charged at that time with drug paraphernalia possession and the bail-jumping.

Meyer reportedly told police on Dec. 15 that she "sold some fake stuff" to a man in November to get back at the him for stealing a car seat from her.

Sources: Sheboygan Press, WESH / Photo credit: Sheboygan County Sheriff's Department via Sheboygan Press

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