The defense attorney who represented Isaac in the first case was also baffled. "I don't have an answer," assistant public defender John Burkey said. "Nobody caught it. The police were saying it was a controlled substance."
A man was jailed late Friday on felony charges of selling cooked flour as crack cocaine.
Police say they found a large "rock" of flour, plus six individually wrapped small "rocks" of the substance on John Lemarcus McLaurin, 23, of 218 Northwood Circle.
McLaurin was charged with possession with intent to sell or deliver counterfeit controlled substances and was being held Saturday in lieu of $4,000 secured bond, warrants said.