Raccoon Barbecue Leads Cops to Meth Lab

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Memphis, Tennessee, is famous for its barbecue. Usually, it's dry-rubbed pork. Today, it's raccoon.


WMC (via KSDK) reports that police were summoned to the parking lot of a Memphis apartment complex to find a man cooking a raccoon.
Investigators called in the department's meth task force to help after they also discovered buckets of an unknown material.

Police ended up arresting the man's brother, 26-year-old Adam Eubank, after entering the apartment the two share.
That's Eubank in the mugshot. A video of the WMC report is after the jump and, really, is a must-see. Don't worry: No raccoon carcasses. The door to the brothers' apartment, though, is amazing.

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