After being scammed, Mrs. Laurent, 47, called the Oklahoma Police Department, United States, to report that she had paid $60 for cocaine, and in return had received sugar. In the complaint, the woman claimed the return of her $60, and to see the fraudster jailed.
“It was a weird situation, especially because the woman knew about the illegal thing where she was involved, even she took the guts to come here to the police station for claiming justice about something illegal,” told me the sheriff.
In his defence, the woman gave them the address where the purchase was made, but it helped nothing. The agents went to the house where the fraudster had allegedly sold cocaine to Mrs. Laurent, but on arrival they only found two elderly people who knew nothing about drugs.
“When going to speak about to Mrs. Laurent we found her sniffing cocaine. What had happened was that in her drug status she had spill the storage sugar jar on the table and she had mixed the two substances,” finally told me the sheriff.
Police will continue investigating who sold cocaine to her.