Traffic stop yields heroin arrest

A Mansfield woman was arrested Sunday night for allegedly carrying heroin in her car along with her 1-year-old son. She told officers the heroin must have “magically” appeared.
Sandusky Register Staff
Mar 26, 2014


Tanisha Giving-Alexander, 24, was charged with child endangering, heroin possession and a stop sign violation.

Sandusky police officers pulled Giving-Alexander over around 9:30 p.m. after she made a rolling stop at Stone and Monroe streets, according to a police report. Giving-Alexander was “somewhat excited and argumentative” as she denied running the sign and said she was in a hurry to leave.

A search of the vehicle yielded a small bag of alleged heroin in the driver’s side door.

Giving-Alexander told officers the heroin must have “magically” appeared.

She said she was not responsible for it “because it belonged to the car,” the report said.

Giving-Alexander was cited and taken to the Erie County jail.



Tanisha?? Enough said!! Let her out in 25 years.


What does her name have to do with it? Enough said!




I love magical heroin!


"Giving-Alexander was “somewhat excited and argumentative”" - seems to be a new level of what generates a search these days in Sandusky.

First three rules when dealing with the ju$tice system in Eerie County - (1) shutup, (2) shutup, (3) shutup.