Mom Speeding in School Zone Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

Written by Eliza Player on Wednesday, 04 April 2012. Posted in Breaking News

Mom Speeding in School Zone Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

A Florida county’s deputy saw a woman speeding in a school zone and made a traffic stop that lead to multiple drugs.   According to WinkNews.com , the 33-year-old mother was going 32 in a 15mph school zone, in spite of the flashing light warning.  The woman claimed to have just dropped her child off at school.

The mother’s driver’s license had been suspended for over a year, as she was a felony habitual offender.  The deputy observed her purse in the car, in which he saw the end of a syringe in plain view.  She gave him consent to search her purse, and the deputy found two empty syringes, crack cocaine, oxycodone, morphine, and cocaine.  In intake, the deputies also found a dollar bill containing a white powdery substance, which later tested positive for cocaine.  She remains in jail on a $16,000 bond, under multiple drug-related charges.

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Eliza Player

Eliza Player

I have been writing as long as I can remember, even carrying tattered notebooks with me through the streets and strip clubs of New Orleans, in the midst of my heroin addiction. I lived a life saturated in heroin until Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, leaving me to fend for myself, eventually facing my demons and coming face to face with my addiction. I have been clean for five years, and since then I have become a mother, graduated college, and started a writing career. I have a B.A. in Mass Media Communication, with a minor in Journalism. I have also written one published book, Through Both Hell and High Water: A Memoir of Addiction and Hurricane Katrina, which tells the story of those dark days I spent in New Orleans after the storm, battling with addiction amidst a natural disaster. I am the blogger and news curator for RecoveryNowTV, and I love sharing the stories of the world, as well as my own personal journey, with my readers. I hope that my words can touch others out there, struggling with addiction.

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