A Florida man is on the run after he was caught selling himself to a meat buyer.
In September, a local man, who did not want to be identified by name, contacted undercover investigators posing as a meat distributor.
He said he wanted to buy about 200 pounds of meat for $10,000.
The undercover investigator said he had just bought a lot of beef and was looking for a little more.
He was given a few packages of meat that were labeled as being from the company that sells the meat, the undercover investigator told Tampa Bay Times.
The meat buyer agreed to send a few of the packages to the undercover investigators, who then tested them.
One package tested positive for lead, which is a neurotoxin.
It was a surprise to the man, because he had been buying the meat from the meat supplier.
He was also told the person he was selling to had a business in Florida.
The man said he told the undercover agents that he did not know who that person was.
The man said the person also had a friend who lived in Florida who also had sold him meat.
The undercover investigator later told investigators that the friend told him that the person sold him to the person who lived across the street from where the undercover agent was living.
The next day, the man told investigators he went into the meat market.
He told them he sold the meat at the meat shop because he was hungry.
The investigation led the FBI to the Florida Meat Market and Meat-Market.
They were able to track down the man and arrest him.
The Florida Meat-market and Meat Market said they are cooperating with the FBI.
They said that because the undercover buyer was in the meat business, he was not the person the company’s owner would be willing to cooperate with.
The FBI said they do not believe that the man is a criminal.
They did not have any other information about the man.