This 19-Year-Old Alleged ‘Drug Kingpin’ Took The Happiest Mugshot

Like the rest of the world, I’ve probably heard Pharrell’s infectious “Happy” 405,284 times. But I don’t remember the verse about becoming a college-aged alleged drug kingpin who gets caught by the police with cocaine, pot, ecstasy, meth, and LSD. They must edit that part on the radio, because there’s no one alive who looks happier than 19-year-old Sarah Elizabeth Furay, who, according to the Houston Chronicle, “was arrested Friday morning for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and drug possession after College Station police executed a search warrant at her apartment.”

Five different types of drugs, packaging materials, two digital scales and a handwritten list of drug prices were found in the apartment. Packaged cocaine, premium marijuana, methamphetamine, ecstasy, and an LSD clone were also found in her possession. (Via Houston Chronicle)

If convicted of “two, first-degree felony charges and one, second-degree felony charge for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance,” and with the amount of marijuana the cops found, Furay (who was released on bail) faces up to 215 years in prison and $30,000 in fines. She ain’t smiling no more.

(Via Houston Chronicle)