Teens Learn the Hard Way: That’s Not Cocaine – It’s Fido

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Five teens had a real OMG! moment.  They broke into a house and stole electronics, jewelry, and something else they mistook for cocaine or heroin.  The kids must have thought they hit the jackpot and they snorted it.

When they didn’t get high the teens realized something was wrong.  Very wrong.

They saw a TV news report about the burglary and the list of stolen items, which included urns filled with ashes. Instead of cocaine they were snorting the cremated remains of two dogs and a man.

Yep, two Great Danes and the homeowner’s father.

The teens are now under arrest in Marion County, Fl.  According to police, the burglary took place back in December. The kids are telling investigators they wanted to return the urns but feared the fingerprints would give them away. The remains have yet to be recovered.

All of these fascinating details are contained in a police report obtained by the thesmokinggun.com.

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