Police Find Heroin Where the Sun Don't Shine
The following information was provided by the Twinsburg Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Sometimes a situation dictates that an officer must go where no one should ever have to.
On Friday, May 4 Twinsburg police arrested and charged Hayley Washtock and Joseph Hahn for drug possession, drug abuse instruments, and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers found heroin and syringes hidden in their underwear.
According to the police report, the pair were in a car that was pulled over at the GetGo on Hadden Road for an expired license plate.
Officers saw "track marks" on Washtock's arms and saw she looked "extremely nervous."
While out of the car, police noticed Hahn was trying to get rid of a used syringe by dropping it out of his underwear. He had tried to grind a bindle of heroine into the pavement. He later told police he was hiding a syringe cap with heroin residue inside his derriere.
Washtock admitted she had heroine on her as well, which was retrieved from her "buttocks area." She also was hiding a packet of heroin in her bra.
She told officers she had injected herself an hour before driving Hahn's truck. She was also charged with driving while on drugs.