Woman Arrested For Drugs Appears Back In Police Station, Demands Drugs Back. Arrested Again

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A woman busted for shoplifting in New Hampshire Tuesday was rearrested after returning to the police station to demand officers return drugs confiscated during the incident.

Police originally arrested 26-year-old Emily Morin, a resident of Concord, NH, for shoplifting from a Macy’s Department Store in Salem Tuesday, charging her with willful concealment and possession of Suboxone, a controlled drug. Suboxone is often administered to treat addiction in heroin users but is known to be highly addictive, reports

The officers also found Morin was driving with a suspended license and registration. Police released Morin from custody on $2,500 personal recognizance bail and instructed her to refrain from driving until the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles reinstated her license.

Roughly five hours after her release Morin returned to the police station to speak with her arresting officer. She demanded the officer return the Suboxone seized during the initial arrest. After police refused to give her back the drugs Morin left the building, but not before an officer spotted her getting into the drivers seat of a car in the parking lot, reports the New York Post.

An officer ran outside and ordered her to stop the car and exit the vehicle, but Morin refused, leading to a brief struggle until she was successfully placed in handcuffs.

Morin is now being held on $5,000 bail and faces additional charges including breach of bail and resisting arrest.

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