Windsor police seize painkillers hidden in Kinder Surprise egg
Kinder Surprise Egg
Two people have been arrested after Windsor police say Codeine and Percocet tablets were found inside a Kinder Surprise egg while executing a search warrant.
Police searched a home in the 400 block of Wyandotte Street West on Wednesday around 11:15 p.m.
Officers searching the residence say they found the painkillers hidden inside a yellow Kinder Surprise egg. Police also seized a black film container with 218 Diazepam tablets inside, a functioning scale and packaging materials.
A 55-year-old Windsor man was placed under arrest. Police say the man had several pill bottles with peeled-off labels containing Hydromorphone tablets and crystal meth.
A 28-year-old Windsor woman was also arrested.
The total value of the drugs seized is $1460.
The suspects face several drug-related charges. Both were released on a promise to appear in court.