American Hero Buys $540 in Girl Scout Cookies

A man bought $540 in cookies so these Girl Scouts could get out of the cold

A man bought $540 in cookies so these Girl Scouts could get out of the cold

Among his charges are conspiracy to commit bulk cash smuggling, interstate travel and transportation of aid of drug trafficking business and possession with intent to distribute and distribution of heroin.

"Nobody was hurt. Nobody was threatened".

McGowan, according to a Facebook post on February 22, reportedly bought a few boxes of Girl Scout cookies from a group of girls in Greenville.

It was then that the man spent $540 to buy the rest of the cookies so the two girls wouldn't need to be standing out in the cold.

WSPA-TV reported Detric McGowan was arrested Tuesday morning by federal officials from the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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He is accused of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute heroin, cocaine and fentanyl.

The vice president of recruitment and marketing for Girl Scouts of South Carolina-Mountains to Midlands, Karen Kelly, says the organization will cooperate with authorities.

Dillard, whose 8-year-old daughter is a member of the troop, said the man didn't give his name.

A man who went viral for spending more than $500 on Girl Scout cookies so the girls wouldn't have to stand in the rain was arrested just hours later. When the man first noticed the troop, he bought seven boxes of cookies. "What an wonderful soul!" "That man was just a very kind, honest and [a] humble man who loves children", she told CBS News. Kayla Dillard said in the post that the man told the girls he wanted to buy everything so they could get out of the cold.

Dillard's post has since gone viral, amassing 25,000 Facebook reactions and more than 9,100 shares as of Tuesday afternoon, and many social media users have tried to identify the Good Samaritan behind the selfless act.

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