When a police officer spotted a woman littering from a motor vehicle last week at Mathews Rd. and South Ave. about 1:13 a.m., Boardman Police Ptl. Mike Slaser stopped the car, a gray Mercury Sable.
A 17-year-old female, identified a Alexandria Paige Campana, admitted she had littered.
Officer Salser said the driver of the Sable, identified as Jourdan Mink, 19, was “very nervous as he handed me his credentials. His hands were shaking.”
Asked why he had a juvenile girl out past curfew in his car, Mink told the officer he and Miss Campana had just left work at the Outback Steakhouse.
Mink told Officer Salser after work that he and Miss Campana went to Wal-Mart to buy some b-b’s for his b-b gun that the police officer said was lying on the back seat of the Sable.
Officer Salser said when Mink exited his car, suspected marihuana debris were seen on the floor of the car.
Inside of the vehicle, Officer Salser said police found a pot pipe in a center console and another pot pipe in a blue cloth bag
“I then located a marihuana pipe in a package of feminine hygiene products in Campana’s book bag,” Officer Salser said, adding that Miss Campana also turned over to him a small plastic baggie of marihuana from her coat pocket.
Officer Salser also said he found a small plastic baggie of cocaine in Campana’s wallet, a small piece of folded notebook paper that contained heroin, and some prescription pills.
Mink was issued a misdemeanor citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Campana was charged with possession of drugs, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of pot and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was transported to the Juvenile Justice Center, Officer Salser said.