In a strange turn of events, a woman is being accused of cutting a man with a glass crack pipe but also claims that she was injured following the altercation.
According to reports, the victim claims that he and the woman had been in an argument over twenty-dollars when she pulled out a glass pipe used to smoke crack and assaulted him with it. The victim states that she became violent after he called 911 to report her aggression and cut him on the neck while he was using the phone.
The perpetrator denies the claims, stating that he is only the victim of his own accident. She says that the injury on his neck happened when he cut himself while shaving.
When police came to arrest the 28-year-old woman, her alleged victim claimed that she is a crack addict and that she cut him with her pipe. While she admitted to using crack, she said that the pipe was gone and, true to her word, it wasn’t on the scene.
On her way to jail, it became obvious where the pipe went when the woman announced that she had hidden it in her vagina. A police officer allowed her to go to the restroom where she retrieved the pipe and, in the process, allegedly cut herself while slipping it out of her body.
The woman is currently being charged with the possession of drug paraphernalia in addition to aggravated battery. To have any hope of winning this case, she will need a good drug possession lawyer in Port St Lucie who can also work to prove her innocence in the battery charge.
Does this strange story sound familiar to you? As unique as it is, we at the law offices of Jonathan Jay Kirschner, Esq., and Associates hear stories like this all the time. We have a heart for those who find themselves in strange situations and will work with you to protect your rights. With our experience defending people in unjust battery cases, we work to prove your innocence and won’t allow you to stand alone against unfair accusations.
Likewise, we also have a strong history of protecting the rights of those who have been charged with the use of illegal substances.
You don’t have to stand alone. If you discover that you are facing unjust battery charges or being charged with drug possession, our team of Port St. Lucie criminal lawyers are here to help you. If you or someone you know has been in a similar legal situation, contact Jonathan Jay Kirschner, Esq., and Associates, LLC at (772) 489-8501