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This Police Station Trolled People About a "Highly Addictive Substance" Pushed by Girl Scouts


A police department in Ohio issued a very stark warning about a new "addictive substance" that's sweeping their community on Facebook.

It's normal for officers to use social media as a means of alerting their followers of new crime outbreaks or people of interest to keep an eye out for. They usually contain very somber and serious verbiage which is meant to get folks on high alert.

Which is why this post about Girl Scout cookies is so hilarious.

On Jan. 17, the Ravenna Police Department issued a now-viral statement about the cookies. "We wanted to make our community is aware of a highly addictive substance that is about to hit the streets. These items go by a variety of names like 'Thin Mints,' 'S'mores' and 'Lemonades,' just to name a few."

As it turns out, the "dangerous" substance is a bunch of delicious treats sold by young women in green outfits all across America.