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Police Bust Young Woman With Heroin

Michelle Ireland, of Bolingbrook, is being charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Bolingbrook Police have busted young woman with heroin.

Over the weekend, police arrested a pair of area brothers, who were with a heroin needle nearby.

And on Tuesday, the Problem Oriented Police Unit arrested Michelle Ireland, 21, of the 100 block of Pinecrest Road, after they found several bags of heroin, a metal spoon, cotton Q-tip and a hypodermic needle in or around his car.

According to the police report, the POP unit was on the 500 block of West Boughton Road when they observed a suspicious car parked in a parking lot. When officers approached the car, Ireland allegedly tossed several bags of heroin out of the car, which were later located.

Ireland is being charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal stopping, standing or parking.

Ireland was taken into custody, processed and transported to Will County Adult Detention Facility.

Thea camara July 28, 2011 at 11:59 AM
I pray that she finds her way back. No one is exempt from being lost a time or two in their own life. There's no need to kick someone when theyre already down.
jack November 12, 2012 at 01:52 PM
You people that bash her are arrogant idiots. I am 54 and remember the things I did back in the day, many the same as kids do today. It doesnt make them right, just the same things I also remember my Dad later on in life telling me about drag racing and beer drinking in the streets. Times are different now, but young people are still going to be young people. We all just hope they survive.
Bill Davidek November 12, 2012 at 03:24 PM
Question??? why is the first step always jail? why cant our society place someone like her into a treatment center for the first offence.....stop the tickets and jail as a first offence!!! try a helping hand first, seccond offence jail and tickets this person has made a bad decision now it will be ten times worse cause jail is no place for help!!! (just a question) Bill
Gerri Veatch November 12, 2012 at 10:27 PM
No family is exempt from something like this happening to them. No matter how well you think you've raised your kids, it only takes 1 bad choice and they are sucked in. Making a good rehab program mandatory from the first offense might be a place to start. For minors, parents need to have mandatory education on the subject also. So many parents just don't know what to do, and some parents don't bother trying. Parents need to take responsibility for helping their child along with the authorities.
D Smith November 13, 2012 at 03:18 AM
so many excuses for her - is this the same discussion you have after watching the news and see what happens in Chicago on a daily basis or does she have the "look" that conjures up every excuse in the book.

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