Homeless woman faces grand jury indictment

Drug-trafficking charges filed against 28-year-old; car used in alleged offense could be subject to forfeiture.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Feb 4, 2013

A Huron County grand jury on Friday indicted a local woman on drug-trafficking charges

Rachel C. Mock, 28, who reported to be homeless, was indicted on one count each of trafficking in amphetamine/dextroamphetamine, trafficking in Diazepam and trafficking in Clonazepam, all in connection with a controlled drug buy Tuesday.

The Clonazepam felony comes with a vehicle specification, meaning Mock is accused of using 1999 two-door Ford sedan to commit the suspected offense. The car could be subject to forfeiture.

Mock remains locked up in the Huron County Jail.

 

Comments

Brock Lee

she aint homeless no more

rickross2

O, you're homeless? O wait, you have a car? Yea, we'll take that too. Now what do you have? Thats pretty funny