DEA Agent Reveals All the Places Kids Could Hide Drugs in Their Rooms

Two moms found out that kids can hide drugs in places like teddy bears and tennis balls. 

Donna DeStefano has a daughter recovering from drug addiction and Karen Stout has two teenage daughters in high school. DEA special agent Timothy McMahon says drugs can be found in unlikely places around the home. He enlisted the assistance of a former addict, Bryan Alzate, to hide the drugs around DeStefano's home. They say stuffed animals are a simple place to hide drugs by undoing just a couple stitches.

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