Watertown Police busted a man and a woman after finding cocaine and prescription pills on them.
Police received a call reporting that a woman in a car who had a rubber tube tied around her arm and appeared to be injecting herself with a needle in the parking lot of Dunkin’ Donuts on Mt. Auburn Street, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn.
When officers arrived, they found to two women in the car.
“As they were talking to the two females, a man came up to ask what was going on and said he was ‘with the two girls,'” Lawn said.
Police identified the man as Jaime Crispin Jr., 24, who is homeless. When they searched him they found he had small individual bags with a white powder which appeared to be cocaine and a pill.
The woman in the car was identified as Samantha Plante, 24, of Uxbridge. She had a warrant for her arrest. During a search, police found she searched had 30 Suboxone pills hidden in her bra, Lawn said. They also found a large folding knife in her purse.
Cripin was charged with two counts of possession of a Class B drug. Plante was charged with one count of possession of a Class B drug, carrying a dangerous weapon and a warrant from Waltham District Court, Lawn said
The second woman in the car was not charged.