This sweet 19-year-old is allegedly a drug kingpin, say police

17 November 2015 / 11 months 1 week ago

Looks can be deceiving – take 19-year-old Sarah Furay from Texas, for example. Looking at her picture you might not think this is the face of a drug kingpin, but apparently it is.

According to KCEN police busted her with 31.5 grams of packaged cocaine, 126 grams of high grade marijuana, 29 ecstasy tablets, methamphetamine and a 60 doses of 25c NBOME, a drug similar to LSD.

Her probable cause statement claims Furay was found with packing materials, two digital scales and a handwritten inventory of her drug stash, reports Uni Lad.

As well as all that extremely incriminating physical evidence, police also discovered several texts on her phone, in which she arranged the sale of her neat inventory of drugs, Death and Taxes reported.

Furay spent the night in Brazos County Jail, where she posed for probably the most least threatening mug shot ever, before posting her $39,000 bond and being released on bail.

The amount of marijuana police found means it’ll be charged as a state jail felony, carrying a sentence of up to two years in jail and $10,000 (£6570) in fines.

Furay will also face two first-degree felony charges and one second-degree felony charge for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance.

If convicted of the three charges, she could face a sentence of 215 years in prison and up to $30,000 (£19,700) in fines, The Eagle reported.

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