Police in Fargo drug bust seize 'Bible full of acid'


Two men are facing felony charges after Fargo police searched their home and found 29 items of drugs or drug paraphernalia, including 24 hits of LSD inside a bible.

Forum News Service  out of Fargo-Moorhead says the bust happened on May 26, and that two of the tenants, Andrew Tapper, 21, of Sartell, Minn., and Connor Wondrasch, 19, of Fargo, were home at the time.

A police report also says police found a glass jar with marijuana, as well as multiple items of paraphernalia, according to WDAY-TV. The report also says police found digital scales, and an RF detection unit which can be used to pick up radio signals transmitted by covert police recording equipment.

When officers asked Wondrasch what a piece of tin foil with the acid in it was, according to Forum, a police report said he replied, “As far as I know… it’s LSD.”

Both news outlets report that Tapper was charged in Cass County District Court June 14 with felony possession of marijuana with intent to deliver within 1,000 feet of a school, and a misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Wondrasch was charged June 26 with felony possession of LSD with intent to deliver within 1,000 feet of a school, and one count each of possession of drug paraphernalia and of possession of marijuana, both misdemeanors, Forum reports.

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