Woman charged with drug possession returns for drugs, rearrested
26-year-old facing addtional charges
A New Hampshire woman made a bold move by returning to the police station for her drugs after she was previously arrested for possession, reports The Associated Press.
Emily Morin, 26, was told by police officers that she would not be getting her Suboxone--a highly addictive substance that can be used to treat heroin addiction--back after she demanded they be returned. When it became apparent that her request would not be met, Morin got into her car and drove away.
Police say Morin's license and registration were suspended and she was subsequently arrested again on charges of driving after suspension, breach of bail and resisting arrest. These charges were made in addition to the initial drug and willful concealment charges.