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Woman spends hours cooking meth inside Walmart before anyone notices

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by AznCruiser, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. Woman spends six hours cooking meth inside Walmart before anyone takes notice and calls police


    Friday, December 16, 2011
    Jonathan Benson, staff writer

    When 45-year-old Elizabeth Alisha Greta Halfmoon was finally arrested for trying to set up a methamphetamine lab inside a Tulsa, Okla., Walmart store, she told police that she did not have the money to actually buy the chemicals and mix them on her own property. But according to reports, it took roughly six hours before anyone even took notice that Halfmoon had collected the needed ingredients from products throughout the store, and begun to set up her own meth-cooking lab right on the premises.

    FOX 23 News in Tulsa reports that Halfmoon had entered the South Tulsa Walmart store around noon on the day of the bust, and proceeded to collect products containing needed chemicals from store shelves. Halfmoon then apparently found a cozy little nook inside the store where she begin mixing the chemicals in bottles. About six hours later, on-site officers say they finally noticed Halfmoon's suspicious activity while observing security footage, which prompted them to call the police.

    "She didn't have the money to make the purchases of the chemicals that were needed so she was taking what was needed in the bottle," said Officer David Shelby, who arrived on the scene, to FOX 23 News. "When firefighters were on the scene she made statements to them that is what she was doing, she was attempting to obtain these chemicals and was in the process of trying to manufacture meth. However, she said she was not very good at it."...

  2. Not quite in the same league as Breaking Bad.
  3. that is incredible...
  4. clever girl
  5. you can get the girl out of the kitchen but you can never get the kitchen out of the girl................it seems lol.

  6. Not if you've been in a Walmart store in the south.
  7. Did she name it Americus?
  8. haha.
    try targe' in Cranny
  9. "Clean up in aisle one"
  10. Off topic comment from me.

    If there was an avatar contest you'd win hands down. Man, that avatar of yours is hilarious. I've always been annoyed by those flying cows so thank goodness someone is finally shooting them down. :)
  11. yeah man, that is a heat seeking rubber chicken. that particular cow won't know what hit it.
  12. Got a full pic you can post up?
  13. Oh really? He didn't tell me about that.
  14. http://www.news.com.au/breaking-new...-bill-at-walmart/story-e6frfku0-1226234207068

    A NORTH Carolina man is facing criminal charges after trying to pass a counterfeit $1 million bill at a Walmart store.

    Michael Anthony Fuller, 53, was being held in jail on $17,500 bond, the Winston-Salem Journal reported. He is scheduled to appear in court.

    His arrest warrant says he picked out $476 worth of purchases at a Walmart in Lexington, North Carolina, on November 17. At the cash register he then attempted to pay the cashier with the phony $1 million bill.

    Store employees called police, who arrested Mr Fuller. He was charged with felony counts of attempting to obtain property by false pretense and uttering a forged instrument.

    The US Mint discontinued bills larger than $100 in 1969 due to lack of public use. The largest bill ever printed was $100,000.
  15. Betcha it was $476 worth of guns and ammo