The one ice cream truck that doesn't look sketchy, turns out to be the most dangerous of all.

Suspicious Ice Cream Truck

Residents of Slidell, Louisiana were taken by surprise when they found out that a woman was accused of selling meth from her ice cream truck.


Who Was It?

Tamisha Morin, the 42-year-old truck owner, was arrested by Slidell police Monday after they noticed the truck had an expired license plate and no brake lights.

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Morin owns and operates Tami’s Ice Cream & Sweet Treats truck, police said. Below is a photo of the blue ice cream truck.

What Did Police Find?

According to detectives, previous information led them to believe the owner was using and selling meth from the truck.

Upon further investigation, police found meth, other drug paraphernalia, and melted ice cream in the truck.

Detectives also discovered two puppies inside the truck and turned them over to Slidell Animal Control.

What Happened After?

Morin’s truck was impounded and she was transported to the Slidell City Jail.

Although this situation is incredibly unfortunate, it is comforting to know that none of the innocent children that usually buy ice cream from this truck were given the dangerous drugs.

Police are currently working hard to make sure no more innocent lives are affected.

Group of children waiting in a line for ice cream
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Dwyer & Michaels - Thoughts On The Subject

The only thing we are wondering is how these adults ordered the drugs at the window. Was there an ice cream flavor that was coded for drugs?

"Can I get a vanilla cone-caine?"

"Sorry, we're all out of that. Can I interest you in a SNOW cone?"

"I'll take two."

This is how we imagine the conversations went at the ice cream truck.

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