A woman in Austell, Georgia was recently arrested after police say she fed a contaminated milkshake to a dog. More specifically, authorities say the milkshake was laced with meth and marijuana. The woman is now being held in jail on $4,100 bail.

The Incident in Question

As reported by local news source Marietta Daily Journal, police identified the woman as 37 year old Nicole Ledford. According to an arrest warrant issued for Ledford, the incident took place back in September 2018.

Cobb County Police say they initially pulled Ledford over for what sounds like a routine traffic violation. But then at some point during the stop, Ledford allegedly fed a milkshake to a brown and white mixed-breed dog named Moose.

Following the traffic stop, authorities tested Moose’s urine. And authorities said the test came back positive for THC.

Additionally, the arrest warrant also states that methamphetamine was present in the milkshake that had been fed to the dog.

After receiving lab test results, officials arrested Ledford on January 17. She was booked and is currently being held at the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. Bail has reportedly been set at $4,100.

According to local reports from authorities in Cobb County,

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