Grand jury indicts Norwalk woman after motorist reports seeing her shooting up heroin

Woman faces tampering-with-evidence charge
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Oct 8, 2012

A Huron County grand jury has indicted a Norwalk woman who was arrested after a passing motorist reported seeing her shooting up heroin on the outside steps of an office building.

Norwalk police received the call at 5:18 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1.

The motorist told police the woman was on the steps of the Milan Avenue office building, sitting with a syringe to her arm.

Upon arrival, officers found Justina M. Hall and charged her with possession of heroin and tampering with evidence.

Hall, 25, of 520 Milan Ave., Lot 5, was transported to the Huron County Jail.

On Friday, the grand jury indicted Hall on one count of tampering with evidence.

 

Comments

kayla-

she is a nice girl such ashame

jaybird

this is sad. she is a good person but this drug does not discriminate.i hope she gets the help she needs.lord knows its not gonna come from her parents.

Sassy

She's not that nice...

Hidden Face

How sad that a good person makes bad decisions to get a fix.

Paranoid Illusion

So sad - if addicts only realized that when they start using it is like "choosing" to take on a disease that they will have to struggle with the rest of their lives. Would they "choose" cancer, diabetes, ALS, Alzheimers,...??

the bull

An addiction to drugs is not a disease. I consider it completely disrespectful to call it as such. It's a weakness pure and simple.

Brock Lee

im addicted to candy bars i get shakes if i doent eat some

fred82

Another junkie down

kayla-

shes not a junkie hopefully she will get better

ladydye_5

She was caught with a NEEDLE in her arm IN public! How is that not a "junkie"?

Brock Lee

a cry for help

Warped

another pillar of the community