Seline Ayala, 23, was speeding along I-35 in Austin, Texas. Cops spotted her busting the speed limit like she was late for a delivery and pulled her over. It was supposed to be a routine traffic stop where cops run her info, give her a ticket, and send her along. But that’s where it went wrong! Ayala began acting suspicious and gave conflicting answers to basic cop questions. She conflicted her own answers and possibly seemed a bit nervous in her replies.
Her sketchy behavior, over a simple traffic stop, is what alerted officers to think there was more than meets the eye behind this beauty. Her good looks weren’t getting her very far in this traffic stop, or her apparent drug delivery. When cops inspected further, they saw three jugs of “Purple Power” degreaser. I’m not sure how greasy she is, or what she’s working on in her spare time, but who in the world needs three jugs of degreaser? Further inspection tells us there’s no degreaser in those jugs. Instead, there’s something worth a lot more money.
Ayala’s jugs of “Purple Power” were filled with approximately $2 million dollars worth of liquid methamphetamine. If I ever go to Home Depot and someone accidentally slips a million worth of something else into my degreaser, then I’m going to be one angry fella! Or, one rich guy. Or, one locked up sorry individual like what might happen to Ayala.
There’s a good chance the cops ask her tons of questions and she pleads her case to a minor offense if she provides information on who and where she got the goods from.
On July 12, officers pulled over 23-year-old Seline Ayala for speeding in the 5400 block of north I-35. After giving conflicting reasons for her travel, APD said they became suspicious of Ayala. When officers pressed her for clarification she become nervous and verbally aggressive, according to court paperwork.
APD narcotics K-9 Emma alerted to the car. Officers found the liquid crystal meth inside “Purple Power” degreaser jugs in the interior compartment and trunk. APD says the street value of the meth is close to $2 million.
I’ve heard of purple drank, but I guess “Purple Power’ is where the real money is at.
Let’s be glad cops caught her because meth is a helluva drug. These Texas cops saved someone from a life of scratching their face and getting themselves on those “faces of meth” timeline picture galleries. If you want to see people who look like the cast of The Walking Dead, then just find a couple of meth-head junkies! They’ll do anything for a hit. If you need your back scratched, then tell them there’s some meth on your shirt and they’ll scratch it for ya!
If there’s one thing we can learn from Ayala getting caught with nearly $2 million worth of meth, then it’s these three things.
- Don’t speed when you’re carrying that much drugs in your car.
- Don’t act suspicious or get mouthy when you’re carrying that much drugs in your car.
- Don’t carry that much drugs in your car.
I think we can all learn something today, so take this knowledge and spread it like butter on hot toast.
Pro-tip – if you don’t have a coin to scratch off your lottery ticket, then give it to a meth-head. They’ll scratch anything for a buck. They’re really good at scratching things, especially their faces.