An 11-year-old recently found a bag of meth in the video game he purchased from GameStop. According to WTXL, the incident occurred after the boy picked up a used version of Grand Theft Auto V at the Tallahassee store.
The Gadsden County Sheriff's Office has since confirmed that the white substance was .6 grams of meth. "We work diligently to ensure the quality of our pre-owned items are like new," GameStop Corporate Communications Director Joey D. Mooring said in a statement this week. "Unfortunately, in this circumstance, our thorough process fell short." A similar incident happened to an 11-year-old at a GameStop in Louisiana last year.