NEVADA COUNTY, CA (KOVR/CNN) - Deputies call this one of the easiest drug busts they've done in a while.
A text auto correct can cause laughter, but odds are Jessie Mulligan isn't after deputies say she hit send on the worst text of her life.
"You just never know who, with this media age now, you just never know you are texting," Lt. Stephen Tripp said.
Mulligan tried to text a friend Friday to say she had some drugs to sell, but she ended up accidentally texting a deputy.
After a few texts back and forth about the drugs, detectives say they arranged for a place to meet, and they say mulligan agreed to show up to deliver the goods.
When Mulligan arrived, deputies arrested her.
"So she was surprised and she probably felt a little bit silly that she had contacted law enforcement," Tripp said.
Mulligan probably wishes she could get that text back, but for the detectives who were happy to be on the other end, it made for a convenient drug bust that landed right in their lap.
"When we get calls from criminals saying, 'Hey, do you want to buy something' and it happens to be stolen or of a criminal nature, sure, absolutely, it makes out job easier."
Detectives said the drug Mulligan was trying to sell was fentanyl, an opiate similar to morphine.
Mulligan faces three felony charges related to her wrong number.
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