Officer stabbed with hypodermic syringe; woman admits to hiding narcotics in vagina during Tuscarawas County traffic stop

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A woman was arrested in Midvale after the vehicle she was traveling in as a passenger allegedly concealed drugs Tuesday evening, according to the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office.

The traffic stop occurred in the 3000 block of Barnhill Rd in Midvale for a right-of-way violation.

During the stop, the male driver, who’s license was suspended, admitted to law enforcement that there was a ‘crack pipe’ in the vehicle.’ Several other drugs were located in the vehicle.

A responding officer was stabbed with a hypodermic syringe, that the female passenger had on her body, claiming it was just a body piercing.

The female was arrested and transported to Trinity Hospital in Dennison for medical follow up and she admitted to concealing narcotics in her vagina.