STAFFORD SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / OD almost ended in DOA, alleged dealer was tasting too much of her inventory

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STAFFORD SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / OD almost ended in DOA, alleged dealer was tasting too much of her inventory

STAFFORD, VA. – Stafford County Sheriff David Decatur reports that a woman who appeared to be passed out in the parking lot of a store turned out to be wanted and in possession of enough drugs to be charged with distribution.

The Sheriff reports that on January 19, 2017, at approximately 3:16 p.m. Deputy S.P. Whitt and Deputy D.C. Reed responded to an unknown medical emergency at the 7-Eleven located at 201 Garrisonville Road.

Stafford County Sheriff David P. Decatur elected in 2015.

Upon arrival, deputies observed a female who appeared to be passed out inside her vehicle. After tapping on the window the subject awoke and seemed confused and disoriented. She was identified as Britney Grant. Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene and the female was taken into the ambulance for medical evaluation. As the subject was being evaluated, deputies were advised that Ms. Grant was wanted out of Spotsylvania and she was subsequently arrested.

A K-9 unit responded to the scene and performed a scan of the vehicle. The K-9 indicated the presence of narcotics. Stafford Deputy Whitt then searched the vehicle and recovered a plastic baggy containing a white powdery substance, foil wrappers containing brown powder, as well as drug paraphernalia.

Medical personnel transported Ms. Grant to the hospital where she was medically cleared.

According to Stafford Sheriff Public Information Officer M. C. Morris Moncure, Britney Belle Grant, 25, of Fall Hill Avenue in Fredericksburg, VA, was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession with Intent to Distribute Controlled Paraphernalia. She was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail and is held on no bond.