Pills Shipped to Rock Hill Woman's Home

Pills Shipped to Rock Hill Woman's Home

Pills Shipped to Rock Hill Woman's Home

A stunned woman who ordered a yoga mat through the mail was shocked to find that nearly 20,000 illegal narcotic pills were delivered to her, police said.

Brown said it is likely the package was supposed to be sent to the woman's former address at a condo near Dave Lyle Boulevard. However, a spelling error on the package saw it intercepted by the postal service, who looked up the woman's new address to forward it on. Portland officials say it is "at least" the fifth time 24-year-old William James Wimberly Jr has been convicted of masturbating in public in the past two years alone.

"Vacant apartments, homes where people have gone to work for the day", explained Brown.

"The dealers weren't as intelligent as they thought they were", said Brown.

The Rock Hill Herald reports the woman told Rock Hill police she was handed a package by the mailman Saturday and found the pills.

According to the shipping label, the package was sent from Newport Beach, California.

They believe that they are probably counterfeit and could have come from Mexico.

Now agents are trying to figure out where the package was really headed.

The woman's neighbor, Nicole Riddle, was reportedly stunned by the delivery.

The man, 53, said he found a unusual package on his doorstep on August 29.

The woman who received the package lives in a neighborhood off Ebinport Road. Police took the drugs to the sheriff's office to destroy them.

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