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Man Steals Ashes He Thought Was Cocaine [#BIGDUMMYFILES]

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Maybe this guy knows what happened to Monica’s purse? Meet William “Billy” Cantrell, 28, from Nashville, Tenn., who was arrested last week after he stole a box full of human ashes that he thought was a bag full of cocaine.

His grandmother told reporters Williams needs help and shouldn’t go to jail. He’s going to jail.

In Florida a couple years ago, a group of teenagers broke into a home, stole cremated remains and snorted it. Those ashes belonged to a dog. Here is the lesson to be learned here: Kids, leave drugs alone please.

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