Florida Woman Arrested For Turning Meth Over To Police “Because It Was ‘Junk’”

After purchasing a bag of methamphetamine, a Florida Woman turned the narcotics over to police “because it was ‘junk.’”

Investigators allege that 52-year-old Beth Ann Franchak provided the meth to a sheriff’s deputy at her residence in St. Pete Beach.


   Cops say that Franchak told the deputy that she “purchased $20.00 worth of methamphetamine and would like to turn it over to the police because it was ‘junk.’” Franchak handed the cop a small plastic bag containing about a quarter-gram of a “white, crystal like substance resembling methamphetamine.”


    A subsequent test came back positive for meth. Franchak was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, a felony. She was booked into the Pinellas County Jail, from which she was released on $2,000 bond.

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