Meth Dealer Wears Anti-Meth Shirt in Booking Photo

Adrian Pounders, 47, was arrested after Crockett police searched his home on suspicion that he was selling methamphetamine. His booking photograph shows him wearing a t-shirt that reads "Don't meth with me."

The slogan is part of a Texan anti-meth campaign to warn of the drug's dangers. The affidavit shares that the Crockett Police Department officer was told that Pounders was selling illegal drugs from his home by a passenger in a traffic stop early Sunday.

Investigators then found methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, including "meth pipes." His 13-month-old son was discovered living at his home.

Pounders was arrested and faces possession charges. He is currently being held at the Houston County Jail.

Photo: NY Daily News

Man wears an odd shirt given the circumstances.

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