Campers arrested with LSD-laced dog biscuits in Arkansas

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Quincy Edward Boudreaux (Garland County Jail)

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — A 25-year-old Louisiana man has been arrested in western Arkansas after he was allegedly found with psychedelic mushrooms, LSD-laced dog biscuits and a variety of other drugs.

The Sentinel-Records reports Quincy Edward Boudreaux of Monroe, Louisiana, was arrested on multiple felony counts late Friday at Lake Ouachita State Park, about 70 miles (113 kilometers) west of Little Rock. Two other men were arrested on misdemeanor drug counts. Online court records show Boudreaux pleaded not guilty.

A probable cause affidavit says park rangers found the men sitting at a picnic table after detecting marijuana odors. The rangers also found a jar containing suspected marijuana, a baggie with mushrooms Boudreaux allegedly identified as “psychedelic mushrooms” and aluminum foil packs that contained “halves of dog biscuits that tested positive for LSD.”

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