Wisconsin man mixed mom's ashes with marijuana, ingested them: Police
WITI / Waukesha County
Austin Schroeder, 26, and Kaitlin Geiger, 21, face multiple drug-related criminal counts.

via WITI:

WAUKESHA, Wis. (WITI) -- Austin Schroeder, 26, and Kaitlin Geiger, 21, face multiple criminal counts including maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession with intent to deliver THC and possession of a controlled substance out of their Menomonee Falls apartment.

According to the criminal complaint, Menomonee Falls police were provided information on Dec. 7 regarding an incident that happened on Nov. 26. An individual indicated he set up a drug deal with Geiger and Schroeder "so Geiger could buy heroin.”

On Jan. 10, the complaint says the Waukesha County Metropolitan Drug Enforcement group executed a search warrant at Schroeder and Geiger’s residence, where they found "glass pipes, a grinder and dried poppy pods, as well as four broken tablets that did subsequently test positive for the presence of MDMA.” There were also three safes in Schroeder’s room. Contents included "multiple unknown vegetable-like materials and an unknown powder” and a "large amount of precious metals, specifically gold and platinum.”

According to the complaint, Schroeder said he "mixed these substances for a variety of reasons. He indicated that his mother passed away in November 2019 and she was cremated. Schroeder indicates he took some of her ashes and mixed them with a variety of substances, some of which he ultimately ingested.”

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