A 37 year old Worcester woman was stopped around 2AM on Friday, April 13th after officers in Leicester noticed she was operating a motor vehicle after suspension of her license. During the stop, the officer noticed numerous pieces of burnt glass tubing and other drug paraphernalia, which police say are indicators of crack cocaine use.
Once she was placed into custody officers found an additional small foil packet that contained a substance the officer believed to be cocaine. A field test kit confirmed the officer’s identification of the substance. The woman, who’s name was not released, was charged with operating a motor vehicle after suspension and possession of a class B substance (cocaine).
She was booked at the Leicester Police Department and released.