Woman Orders Yoga Mat, Gets $400K In Illegal Drugs Instead

Woman expecting yoga mat, gets $400000 in illegal drugs in mail instead

A SC woman who thought she was unboxing the yoga mat she had ordered from Walmart found something much more nefarious - $400,000 in oxycodone pills, according to WSOC.

No joke! There were more than 20,000 pills inside.

After she opened the shipment, the woman alerted local police.

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Police believe she received the drugs after they were shipped to her old address, which the dealers knew would be vacant.

However, the street was misspelled on the package, the post office caught the mistake, and forwarded the package to the woman's current address.

All the woman wanted was her new mat.

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According to drug unit commander Marvin Brown, drugs are often shipped to vacant homes where someone waits for the package to arrive. "And someone's sitting outside tracking the package waiting for the trucks to make the delivery".

Agents said suspects also target homes that are usually empty during the day, so they can swipe the packages without the resident ever knowing. Police are reportedly working to trace the botched delivery back to the person in California who sent it.

"It's scary to think that something like that could be right down the road and so, I'll say, easily accessible", Riddle said. Investigators are now working to figure out who sent them and who was supposed to pick them up.

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The pills were seized by the Rock Hill Police Department. Officers said they are likely counterfeit oxycodone pressed from powder into pills in Mexico.


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