An Arkansas Sheriff’s Office Is Offering To Test People’s Meth For Coronavirus
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Staying safe amid the coronavirus outbreak is a priority, and law enforcement in Arkansas wants to make sure people are are safe.
In a Facebook post, the St. Francis County Sheriff’s Office offered to go the extra mile to ensure residents aren’t infected by COVID-19.
“If you have recently purchased meth locally, it may be contaminated by the Corona Virus,” according to an image shared by the SFCSO. “Please take it to the Sheriff’s Office or Police Department and they will test it for free.”
There’s no word yet on how many locals have taken up the sheriff’s office on its offer.
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