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.

Comments

8ballinthesidepocket

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

Ms.Psych101

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

santown419

+1

bdid.d519

I love magical heroin!

hilltop

"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.