Morris was stopped at a Wal-Mart with hot flea and tick medication that he hoped to sell for drugs. There is no indication whether he attempted to flea . . .
Unlike stolen televisions or jewelry, this is a bit of a labor intensive way of supporting a habit. You first have to shoplift the medication and then find someone with an itching pet who would be willing to buy tick medicine from a stranger. Since the tick medicine was only $8, Morris was looking at a number of amateur vet sales to make the scratch needed for the crack.
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