Published: Sun, July 07, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Lufkin, Texas Ice Cream Licker in Viral Video Could Get 20 Years

Lufkin, Texas Ice Cream Licker in Viral Video Could Get 20 Years

She could be charged with second-degree felony tampering with a consumer product, which could mean two to 20 years in prison, Lufkin police said according to CBS News.

Texas police said they won't be releasing the name of a juvenile suspect they allege is responsible for opening a tub of ice cream and licking it before returning it to a store's freezer in a viral video.

Twitter user @GAYSHAWNMENDES posted a video of himself this week at what appears to be a CVS with the caption, "I love ice cream". "We can not speak for them as to what charge she will face in the juvenile justice system".

The case was hard for police because a "catfish" with a screen name nearly identical to the suspect's began taking credit for the act.

Blue Bell identified the store's location as a Walmart in Lufkin, based on "unique merchandising" sold in that specific store, according to BuzzFeed News. Repost yourself doing this.

The video depicted a woman "matching the suspect description in the Lufkin store on June 28 around 11 p.m". "In that regard we are glad to see the tainted product off the shelves". We have spoken with her boyfriend, who is an adult, as well.

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Lufkin police said they are discussing the boyfriend's involvement with prosecutors as well as the possibility that he may face charges as an adult.

This specific trend hindered the police's identification process during the investigation.

One woman in the United States inadvertently went viral earlier this week for doing just that and now police have identified the store where the disgusting prank took place.

"There were roughly 4-6 women with similar screen names and appearances that law enforcement had to eliminate - including the catfish - before getting to the actual suspect".

"The case will be turned over to the Texas Juvenile Justice Department", Pebsworth said. Blue Bell has now confirmed that they have managed to track down the contaminated ice cream and remove it from the store.

The company says "food tampering is not a joke".

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