A 41-year-old woman was arrested for injecting a teenage boy with drugs. According to Chieftan.com, Diana Larimore was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Police were sent to investigate a narcotics violation at Parkview Medical Center, where the boy has been treated. The boy's father said Larimore, who is a relative, injected his son with heroin. Larimore has a protective order, barring her contact with the victim or his family.
According to documents, Larimore told the boy "they were going to shoot heroin together," and she "applied a tourniquet to the victim's right bicep and injected him using a insulin syringe contained a black liquid substance."
The boy's father found two syringes full of a a "dark brown liquid substance," when he searched his son's backpack. The affidavit said Larimore gave the boy the drug-filled needles, "to shoot later." This boy is still in high school. A field test proved that the substance was opium, and not heroin.
Larimore was arrested, and being held on a $75,000 bond.
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