When you think of a retirement home some things come quickly to mind. It’s unlikely one of those is meth.
But that’s’ wat the golden years held for 64-year-old Robert Short.
When cops in Fresno, California pulled Short over for a traffic stop they found he was on spervised release after being convicted of selling meth.
KFSN-TV reports that led to a search of his car where four ounces of the drug was discovered. Police found more when they took a look inside his apartment at
the California League-Fresno Village retirement home.
There, they confiscated a half pound of meth, materials for a lab, scales, baggies, and heroin.
"Just shocking someone that age would do that,” Fresno police Lt. Joe Gomez told KFSN.
After considering the crime Gomez added, “actually a perfect place to do it, right? Retirement village, who would suspect it going on there?"
Residents of the complex said Short kept to himself and was not well known by anyone.