Police: Narcotic needles, pills seized in Rock Hill home

adouglas@heraldonline.comJuly 12, 2013 

A 51-year-old Rock Hill man who police say admitted to injecting heroin one week ago, was arrested Thursday night on several drug charges, according to a Rock Hill police report.

Officers with the Rock Hill Street Crimes Unit arrested David Jackson Poore after finding medicine bottles with pills and used needles in a bedroom in his East Main Street home, the report states.

Police found the drugs in a bedroom that was padlocked, according to the report, and Poore provided officers with the key to enter.

Some of the drugs were hidden inside cigarette packs, the report states.

Poore told police he got the pills from friends who had the prescription for the medicine, according to the report.

Two used needles were found under a bed and Poore told police he’d “injected narcotics within the past week,” the report states.

Officers seized the needles and seven Minocycline, one Carisoprodol, 22 Sulfamethoxazole, three Amoxicillin, seven and a half Hydrocodone and two Tramadol pills, according to the report.

Anna Douglas •  803-329-4068

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