Suspect unsure how meth ended up in ice cream

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — A driver stopped for a traffic infraction said he didn’t know how a plastic baggie filled with meth ended up in a quart of ice cream.

According to KXLY, Steven Wayne Fitch, 60, was pulled over by deputies Friday night and he explained that he did not have a valid driver’s license.

Officers went to check on Fitch’s driving status when he noticed him reach into his center console.

Concerned for his safety he ordered Fitch out of his car. He then he noticed Fitch’s hands were covered in a white creamy substance.

The officer found a quart of ice cream sitting in the center console of the car.

Inside the ice cream was a baggie that was tested later positively for methamphetamine.

Fitch tried to explain that he had no idea how the meth ended up in his ice cream.

He was taken to the Spokane County Jail and charged with possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license.

It was reported that authorities confirmed Monday afternoon the ice cream was Dreyer’s Vanilla Caramel.

Source: KXLY

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