Woman arrested after her mother called police
A New London woman charged April 5 with multiple counts of burglary and theft was arrested April 24 for possession of heroin.
Allison M. Fields, 22, is charged with possession of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of disorderly conduct and four counts each of felony and misdemeanor bail jumping.
According to the criminal complaint, Fields’ mother called New London police shortly before 9:30 a.m. Sunday, April 24. Officers Ryan Denu and Brody Erickson responded.
They met with the mother who reportedly said she believed Fields was using heroin and crack again. Fields allegedly had been yelling and throwing things earlier that morning.
Denu and Erickson went into the house and found Fields sitting on her bed in a daze. When Erickson walked her out of the bedroom, Fields swayed and stumbled, the complaint says.
Denu reported finding a syringe and a crack pipe in Fields’ purse, along with a piece of aluminum foil with residue that tested positive for heroin.
When Denu tried to place Fields in handcuffs, she allegedly threw a cup of coffee at a window, then began yelling and cursing when the officers escorted her to the squad car.