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An Indiana man is currently behind bars for accepting heroin as a form of rent payment from his roommate.

George Allen Feuston Jr. was charged with two counts of heroin and selling the drug out of his home. The 38-year-old allowed his drug dealer, Laramie Devon Lawson, to live with him and willingly took a half-gram a day as rent “payment.” According to the Indy Star:

Officers with the Muncie Police Department’s narcotics unit received tips that “there is usually a subject from out of state that stays in a room and Feuston is dealing that subject’s drugs.”

Feuston Jr. was placed on a $20,000 bond, while Lawson was given a $50,000 bond on Wednesday. He also admitted that he would help sell two and a half to four grams of heroin daily for his roomie-dealer while he was away. 

…At least he didn’t pay in gum.

SOURCE: Indy Star | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty 

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