Woman accused of selling meth from ice cream truck
SLIDELL, La. (WVUE/Gray News) – A woman was arrested and charged with selling meth from an ice cream truck in Louisiana, police said.
According to Slidell police, Tamisha Morin, 42, was arrested Monday for possession of narcotics, an outstanding warrant and traffic violations.
Morin owns and operates Tami’s Ice Cream & Sweet Treats truck, police said.
Police said narcotics detectives noticed the blue ice cream truck with an expired license plate and no brake lights late Monday morning.
According to detectives, previous information led them to believe the owner was using and selling meth from the truck.
Police said they pulled the truck over and found melted ice cream in the freezer, meth and other drug paraphernalia.
Morin’s truck was impounded and she was transported to the Slidell City Jail.
Detectives said they also found two small puppies inside the truck, which were turned over to Slidell Animal Control.
Police said they do not believe any children were exposed to meth.
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