A Green Bay woman got a Christmas gift that she’ll likely never forget.
The Brown County sheriff’s department says someone bought her a refurbished vacuum cleaner from a local department store, and when the woman got home and opened the box, she found three shrink-wrapped packages that she presumed were spare parts.
More than two pounds of cocaine and two pounds of crystal meth were actually inside them.
The drugs had a street value of $280,000.
The woman called Green Bay police and investigators from the Brown County Drug Task Force are working with the store. They cleared the woman, and the other woman who bought the gift, of any criminal charges.