On April 14, a woman was admitted to a Pennsylvania hospital for treatment of a condition apparently unrelated to drugs. While she was in the intensive care unit, her multiple cell phones rang frequently, and she was visited by a large number of people, who would stay for only a few minutes. Many of the visitors who came to see her did not even know her last name.
When suspicion of her activities mounted, police were called. They set up an undercover informant to visit her room who was able to buy 30 bags of heroin from the woman. Police quickly moved in to make the arrest. In her hospital room, they found 380 bags of heroin with a street value of approximately $3800, along with $1420 in cash.
The woman even admitted to injecting heroin into her IV drip when questioned by authorities. She was charged with numerous felony and misdemeanor counts.
If you or a loved one is arrested for drug use or possession charges, call Orange County criminal lawyer Staycie R. Sena immediately for a free consultation at (949) 477-8088.