DEA agent’s daughter arrested for drug trafficking

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COLLEGE STATION, TX - When you hear the words, 'drug kingpin,' who comes to mind? Pablo Escobar, perhaps? Probably not smiling, pretty blonde girls like Sarah Furay. The 19-year-old Blinn College student was busted--big time--in College Station.

Police arrested her after they allegedly found large amounts of cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, ecstasy and LSD in her apartment. They also discovered digital scales and a handwritten drug price list to boot.

Furay faces felony charges for the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and drug possession, which could put her behind bars for a total of 215 years.

That may be small potatoes compared to the wrath she faces from daddy dearest, who just happens to be a special agent at the DEA's Houston Division. Do you think she's seen the movie, 'Traffic'? Talk about life imitating art!

All jokes aside, she's facing some serious hard time, so she might want to wipe that cheesy grin off her face.

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