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Man charged with trafficking LSD at McDonalds

Anthony Faris (Source: LMDC) Anthony Faris (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville man has been arrested for trafficking LSD at a Jeffersontown McDonald's.

An arrest reports states that Anthony Faris, 23, was in possession of 300 hits of LSD packaged for sale at the McDonald's on Ruckriegel Parkway.

After being read his rights, Faris said he didn't use acid, but admitted that he knew what the packages contained. He also told police he was there to deliver the acid to someone.

Faris was booked into Louisville Metro Corrections for trafficking in LSD and trafficking within 1000 feet of a school. Jeffersontown police said a daycare center is located near the restaurant.

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