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Couple’s drug policy: try before you sell

Couple’s drug policy: try before you sell

A young Kandal couple was having a romantic night out – on meth – when cold-hearted cops apprehended them on Monday.

The 18-year-old boy was arrested along with his 16-year-old girlfriend, and the pair admitted to police that they were guilty of both using and selling.

The star-crossed lovers said they had bought the drugs for $75, and were sampling the product before trying to resell it. Police confiscated 13 bags of meth, and the pair face further legal action.

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