Friday, January 20, 2012

Oh, just another story about someone getting arrested for selling marijuana-laced rice krispie treats on East 14th Street

[Not really the pot rice krispie treats]

No time for bad pot puns. Let's get right to this piece in the Post this morning.

Cops arrested two men Wednesday after busting up their half-baked East Village drug deal and discovering a sweet stash of dozens of marijuana-laced Rice Krispie’s Treats, The Post has learned.

Ariel Herrera, 23, allegedly hid the sugary snacks and their secret ingredient in the back seat of his 2011 Honda Accord — where cops caught him peddling pot-filled treats to Logan Delfugeo in front of an East 14th Street apartment building.

"I guess these guys wanted to take care of the high and the munchies all at once," a law enforcement source deadpanned.

Ha,ha. Anonymous law enforcement sources are so funny!

This happened between Second Avenue and Third Avenue, which the Post noted is "a drug-sales hotspot." Delfugeo reportedly said that he needs marijuana for medical purposes.

The lesson: You should never, ever buy anything from rice krispie treat dealers, alleged or otherwise. Sure, baking rice krispie treats from a mix with weed butter is difficult, but you will simply need to experiment finding the right ratio of oil to egg to butter.


tim said...

Forget about bake sales now. Just wait 'til Faux News gets a hold of that one.

Just think who may have accidentally ingested the pot...What about the children...THE CHILDREN??????

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

Coming soon to food trucks at "drug-sales hotspots" near you: psilocybin mushroom omeletes!

bowery boy said...

Ah, reminds me of the old Blue Door on 10th St. Used to walk in and be surprised at the line of such normal looking folks picking up dime bags, etc.

Marty Wombacher said...

Textbook example of a cereal crime if ever there was one! Book 'em Danno.

Anonymous said...

Sure miss the thrill of goin to Dial a Joint at 11th and B And to meet the POPE and seeing DONALD the chicken man ( is it soup yet)