Drug-Testing Advocate Indicted On Charges Of Heroin Trafficking
July 17, 2008
July 15, 2008 – newsnet5.com
NORWALK, Ohio — A northern Ohio woman who encouraged Norwalk school board members to start drug testing students has been indicted on charges of heroin trafficking.
Police in Norwalk said Stephanie Broz admitted to them that her advocacy of drug testing was to take attention away from her.
Norwalk Detective Todd Temple said she told police it was a scam.
Broz also faces a charge of possession of heroin.
Police arrested her in early June during a traffic stop. Officers said they found her with a large amount of heroin.
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