#TestIt Alert Issued for St. Paul, MNMadalyn McElwain
#TestIt Alert Issued for St. Paul, MN
Two pressed tablets sourced from St. Paul, Minnesota were sold as MDMA but did not test as such.
The first pill is a white and light blue round, domed lightning bolt tablet (pictured left). The pill tested as caffeine and methamphetamine. The sender notes that the tablet “failed reagent testing.” According to ecstasydata.org, the tablet turned orange with the Marquis reagent, there was a ‘very slight change’ to yellow on Mecke, and no reaction with Mandelin.
The second pill is a round, light peach-colored smiley tablet (pictured right). The tablet tested similarly as the first, as 3 (active) parts caffeine, 1 (active) part methamphetamine. The pill reacted as orange with the Marquis reagent, but had no reaction with Mecke or Mandelin. The sender’s notes were the same: the sample “failed reagent testing.”
Both pills have markings on only one side.
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