Police Seize 21 Acid Tabs Disguised as Sweet Tarts with Assistance of Canine

On Saturday night around 8:30pm, Greenwich Police officers on patrol in Byram spotted a car missing its license plate traveling east on Delavan Ave and conducted a motor vehicle stop near Byram Park.

The car had two occupants. Police learned that the driver had an arrest warrant out of Colorado.

While the police waited for confirmation of the warrant they walked a police canine around the exterior of the car.

According to police, the canine alerted to the vehicle and a search revealed 21 acid tabs disguised as Sweet Tarts candy.

They also revealed 22 ghost-shaped MDMA pills in the area of the front passenger seat.

Molly is the street name for MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine), a popular rave drug used at nightclubs and music festivals to alter mood and perception.

The passenger, identified as Scott Kaiser, 48, of Wilcox Ave in Meriden, admitted that both substances were his and in fact were “acid” and “molly.”

Mr. Kaiser was charged with charged with 21a-278b, illegal manufacturing, distribution and sale of prescription drugs, and 21a-279(b) nonstandard drugs near a school, housing center or daycare.

He was able to post his $300 bond and has a date in Stamford Superior Court on June 3, 2019.