This stuffed Easter Bunny may be one of the strangest drug mules police in Oklahoma have ever nabbed.
Tahlequah City police on Friday intercepted the rabbit stuffed with a pound of meth, street value around $30,000.
“We’ve intercepted narcotics in the mail before,” Police Chief Nate King told Fox23 in Tulsa. “The Easter Bunny I thought was a strange touch.”
Police hopped on the case when they learned the rabbit was in a package addressed to Carolyn Ross in Tahlequah.
A police dog in Tulsa County sniffed out the methamphetamine before the package was to be delivered to her home.
The station said an officer posed as a delivery man and went to Ross’ home to give her the package.
Ross allegedly confessed to knowing about the meth and is being held on $75,000 bond.