The man was sentenced to prison this week.

If you’ve ever thought to yourself “I wonder if I could fly to California, set up a meth buy and mail the drugs back to myself back in Florida”, the answer is a big nope.
The U.S. Department of Justice, which does not condone such activities, showed its disapproval of the suspect’s activities by sentencing him to 10 years in federal prison on Monday. Authorities say a Tarpon springs man tried to mail himself 18 pounds of methamphetamine. The plan was flawed, though. And that’s how he wound up in the clink. According to the DOJ, 40-year-old Jason Ryan Hardy pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine earlier this year.
Hardy attracted the attention of special agents when he flew to California back in 2020 to set up a delivery of a large quantity of meth back home to Florida. When the package arrived at the shipping facility in California, officials found some suspicious indicators and notified the Department of Justice. The package had the same address listed for the return and shipment information. When police searched the package, they found 18 pounds of methampehtamine, which is a big no-no. After that, police waited for the man to contact the shipping company. Three days later, the man called to ask about the shipment. When doing so, he gave his real contact information to agents. All joking aside, when Homeland security Investigations Assistant Special Agent Micah McCombs told reporters “HSI special agents, working with our partners from the Tarpon Springs Police Department and the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, prevented large amounts of methamphetamine from entering our neighborhoods and have certainly saved lives.” Source:

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