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SALT LAKE CITY — A woman has been arrested after authorities say she asked an undercover officer to give her drugs in exchange for a salad.
KSL-TV reports the 33-year-old woman approached the officer who was working on a Salt Lake City street corner known for drug sales. Police say she asked the officer for $10 worth of cocaine, but said she only had $2 and a salad in a to-go box.
She told the undercover officer she could return a little later with more money or some restaurant gift cards.
Police allege another officer searched the woman and found a glass pipe inside a cigarette pack in her pocket.
The woman was arrested and charged Monday with attempted possession or use of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.