Police in Granite Shoals, Texas posted a fake warning on Facebook last week, which said batches of heroin and meth that were being sold in the area had tested positive for Ebola.

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I'm assuming that it isn't even possible for meth to become contaminated with Ebola. You usually have to come in contact with someone who has Ebola to catch it. The police said anyone who recently bought some drugs should bring it to the station, so they could scan it for the virus.

Somehow that actually worked.

29-year-old Chasity Hopson showed up on Thursday with a bag of meth she wanted them to test. She's facing charges for possession of a controlled substance.

Granite Shoals Police Department

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