Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Euclid Woman Tries to Sell Heroin to Detectives to Get Bail Money for Boyfriend in Jail for Selling Heroin

Posted By on Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 12:18 PM

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In sort of a whirlwind case of drug trafficking and just straight-up barreling down a path toward prison time, four Euclid residents were arraigned this week on charges of trafficking in heroin and possessing criminal tools. Matt Skrajner, breaking news editor at the News-Herald, explains how detectives went from one suspect to four with relative ease.

Mentor police arrested Euclid resident DaJon Hill, 19, for trafficking after officers found a scale, several cell phones, and .6 grams of heroin in his car. Behind bars, he transferred his number to his girlfriend's phone. When officers called that number, Jaime Hairston-Brown, 23, answered and attempted to continue Hill's less-than-stellar business. She needed bail money, duh!
Police agreed to meet with the woman, later identified as 23-year-old Jaime Hairston-Brown, on Route 306 near Route 2. At about 1 p.m. Sept. 8, three people arrived to meet police and were arrested. Officers also allegedly seized cocaine, heroin, marijuana, cell phones and about $500, police said. 

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