Heroin, Marijuana Arrest Made in Doctor’s Parking Lot in Utica
Acting on a tip, police arrested two people for alleged drug use after surveilling the parking lot of a doctor's office on Old Burrstone Road in Utica.
An investigator with the Utica Police Department allegedly saw a man and woman in a vehicle in the parking lot. The two appeared to be snorting a substance with a rolled-up piece of paper.
According to a posting from Utica Police, "The investigator would confront the two occupants and recovered a plastic ziplock baggie of heroin, a plastic card which had the residue of a brown powdery substance on it, and glass smoking device which contained residue with marijuana."
The two were subsequently arrested and identified as 20-year old Sierra Corney of Roberts Road in Clinton and 21-year old Koda Boivin of State Route 12B in Deansboro.
Both were charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree. Boivin was also charged with unlawful possession of mariujana.