BELFAIR, Wash. - A Belfair man is accused of secretly slipping methamphetamine into his wife's cigarette in a plan to make her join him in addiction.
Police said the man wanted his wife to experience a meth high so she'd understand why he likes it so much. He gave her a cigarette Saturday that had been spiked with the drug.
The woman said that when she started "freaking out," her husband told her he had put meth in the cigarette, the Kitsap Sun reported.
The woman called police Sunday and the 20-year-old man was arrested for investigation of second-degree assault.
The man had reportedly told friends he had a 15-point plan to get his wife addicted to meth.
The woman told police she had never knowingly done the drug.
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