One man’s attack is another man’s miracle… It seems some Deadhead in St. Lawrence County, NY is having a little fun messing with local law enforcement by way of unsolicited, psychedelic packages.

In a Sunday post on Facebook, Undersheriff Sean P. O’Brien explained that the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s office “is investigating four separate attacks on Law Enforcement agencies within St. Lawrence County.” The post continues, “Early this morning, Sheriff Office personnel along with Dispatchers from St. Lawrence County Emergency services located a suspicious packet attached to the front door of the public safety building located at 49 ½ Court Street in the village of Canton. The package is described as a golden foil packet containing what has been field tested as the drug LSD. The Packet had a typed message of ‘Take a trip beyond the pigpen.'” As the day went on, the post explains, three additional, identical packets of LSD were found taped to doors of law enforcement offices around the area. The post notes that all four packages “appear to be identical and display the same message.”

While the St. Lawrence Sheriffs were quick to label these deliveries as “attacks,” the incidents may seem less troubling and more amusing to fans of the Grateful Dead. Beyond the fact that the mysterious “packets” were filled with LSD, a substance long associated with the iconic band, the cryptic message seems to make subtle nods to both the Dead’s music (i.e. “what a long, strange trip it’s been…”) and the band itself (the late Ron “Pigpen” McKernan was one of the Grateful Dead’s founding members). The golden packets may even be a nod to the Dead’s “The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)”.

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As widespread debates about the questionable practices of law enforcement continue to dominate the public consciousness, Deadheads may get a chuckle out of these “Prankster” antics toward the police. The St. Lawrence County Sheriffs, on the other hand, are clearly not laughing. As the post noted, “These cowardly acts towards all law enforcement are not going to be tolerated and to whomever this individual [or] individuals are, should be assured that we will be doing everything within our power to seek you out and hold you accountable to the fullest extent of the law.”

Read the full post from the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office below:

Targeted Attacks on SLC Law Enforcement

The St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office is investigating four separate attacks on Law Enforcement agencies within St. Lawrence County.

Early this morning, Sheriff Office personnel along with Dispatchers from St. Lawrence County Emergency services located a suspicious packet attached to the front door of the public safety building located at 49 ½ Court Street in the village of Canton. The package is described as a golden foil packet containing what has been field tested as the drug LSD. The Packet had a typed message of “Take a trip beyond the pigpen”.

At approximately 8:30AM this morning, Potsdam village police also located a 2nd packet attached to the rear door of the Village Police Department and reported this to Deputies later this morning.

At approximately 9:45AM Members of the State Police located a 3rd packet on the front door of the Norfolk Town Police Department.

At approximately 10:00AM Sheriff’s Deputies located a 4th packet on the front door of the Norwood Police Department.

All four packets appear to be identical and display the same message. Photos of the packet left at the Public safety Building are attached to this release.

“These cowardly acts towards all law enforcement are not going to be tolerated and to whomever this individualor individuals are, should be assured that we will be doing everything within our power to seek you out and hold you accountable to the fullest extent of the law.”

The Sheriff’s Office is the lead investigating agency and is working in conjunction with the members of the State police, Potsdam Police, Norwood and Norfolk Police Departments. Sheriff’s Office personnel are also working with the St. Lawrence County District Attorney Gary Pasqua as well as our Federal Law Enforcement Partners.

This is an active and fluid investigation and we ask anyone with any information to please contact the Sheriff’s Office leads desk at 315-379-2428. If anonymity is of concern, please submit a tip on the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office App. ~End

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