Indiana prosecutor says she's duty bound to prosecute grandma who bought cold medicine

Vermillion County Prosecutor Nina Alexander is proud to be "enforcing the law as it was written" by prosecuting Sally Harpold, a grandmother who bought two boxes of cold medication in less than a week. Alexander admits she knows Harpold had no intention of making meth with the medicine. That's beside the point. "The public has the responsibility to know what is legal and what is not, and ignorance of the law is no excuse," she Alexander.

Vigo County Sheriff Jon Marvel got his chance to show off a rock-solid understanding of cause-and-effect, too:

"I feel for her, but if she could go to one of the area hospitals and see a baby born to a meth-addicted mother …"

Because the best way to prevent meth-addicted babies is to arrest women who buy cold medication for their grandchildren.