No drugs found in police treats

July 11, 2008 4:48:30 AM PDT
A teenager accused of delivering drug-laced cookies to some police stations in North Texas has been freed.Authorities say testing showed no drugs in goodies dropped off at two police departments by 18-year-old Christian Phillips of Watauga.

Blue Mound and Lake Worth police said tests by the Tarrant County medical examiner showed there were no controlled substances in the items.

Phillips was jailed in Lake Worth on $75,000 bond on a charge of tampering with a consumer product, but he's now free and the charges are being dropped.

Phillips was arrested Tuesday when officers said they smelled marijuana in the cookie basket and their preliminary tests detected LSD.

Phillips was delivering the cookies for Mothers Against Drunk Driving as part of community service after he was arrested last year at a party in Watauga.

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