Kiri Reader, a 20-year-old Mesa woman, was arrested by police for suspected possession of heroin and driving on a suspended license around 8:00 PM on the night of Sunday, June 3. According to police reports, Reader was recognized by the officers from an offense for suspended license back in May of this year.
Police stopped Reader at Eighth Street and Alma School Road as she was entering a vehicle. Officers report that they were able to see drug paraphernalia and a substance resembling heroin inside the car. Officers say that these items were in plain view, and Reader is said to have admitted that the substance was, in fact, heroin. Reader stated that she smokes the substance 3 – 4 times each day and also uses methamphetamine.
No further information about the charges in the case is available at this time.
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