Police say Brewer retrieved a small container that had meth, Oxycodone and Klonopin inside of it. A nearby makeup bag contained a cut straw and two hypodermic needles.
A total of 56 pills were confiscated by police at the home. Some of the pills included Percocet and Oxycodone.
A Manchester woman who was pulled over in Murfreesboro for failing to maintain her lane of travel was arrested.
Laboratory analysis performed by TBI Forensic Scientists indicated the pills were counterfeit and did not contain oxycodone. Instead, they contained fentanyl, a pain killer 50 times as potent as heroin that can be deadly in high doses.
“Ms. Roland stated that there were children in the car and she did not want to make them upset by letting police search it.”
Another arrest has been made in Murfreesboro for “Falsification of a Urinalysis.” This is evidently a growing concern among the medical community, insurance providers, employers and law enforcement.
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