Woman accused of hiding drugs during traffic stop

Suspect faces third-degree felony charge.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Mar 25, 2014


A Huron woman faces a third-degree felony in connection with attempting to hide suspected drugs and paraphernalia during a traffic stop.

Laura B. Hundrick, 27, is charged with tampering with evidence in connection with an incident Friday. If convicted, she faces nine months to three years in prison.

"It is alleged she concealed something that turned out to be evidence," Norwalk Assistant Law Director Scott Christophel said. "During a traffic stop, she attempted to hide drugs and drug paraphernalia under her seat."

The Huron County Sheriff's Office seized the items as evidence. A deputy made the traffic stop on Benedict Avenue in Norwalk.



you gotta love how if you dont hand the pigs a case against yourself, they get all pissy.

shovelhead's picture

I never understood how they can say it's tampering with evidence BEFORE it's evidence. They charge people with this felony all the time.

If they find a half-smoked joint from 2 weeks ago in your ashtray during a traffic stop, is it tampering with evidence?....you obviously tampered with it sometime. It's all about turning one dollar into a thousand.

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A person commits the crime of tampering with evidence when he or she knowingly:
alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to interfere with an investigation, possible investigation, or other proceeding by the federal government.


No more pissy than The SR if you don't agree with the editor and his agenda.


The only way people get help is to get arrested .