A Texas man had a drug charge dropped after authorities discovered that the alleged methamphetamine found in his possession was actually kitty litter.
Investigators in Harris County made the discovery of at least a half-pound of kitty litter during a traffic stop in early December, KETK-TV reported Saturday. Deputies arrested Ross LeBeau saying they suspected the kitty litter was methamphetamine.
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The kitty litter turned up in one of LeBeau’s socks, which he uses to keep his windshield from fogging up. The initial test results came back positive for methamphetamine.
A Harris County forensic lab conducted a third test and revealed the substance to be kitty litter. The case against LeBeau was dismissed.