Woman on Heroin Charged with Violating Restraining Order
The suspect was allegedly found outside Walgreen's causing a disturbance. The following information is provided by the Boston Police, and where charges are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.
Boston Police were able to find an arrest a woman several hours after she allegedly violated a restraining order in West Roxbury.
On Oct. 27 around 11:04 a.m., Jenna Jaradeh, of 423 Buckley Road, Stoughton, was arrested and charged with violating a restraining order.
Earlier in the morning, around 7:50 a.m., District E-5 Police were called to an Eagle Street residence for the suspect allegedly violating a restraining order out of West Roxbury District Court preventing her from entering the home. Officers were shown a copy of the restraining order, which expires on Aug. 21, 2013, according to a Boston Police report.
The owner of the house told police she thought the suspect slept in the backyard. The owner said that before she could tell the suspect not to come in, the suspect did just that. No physical altercation took place, according to the victim, but said the suspect took the victim's bank debit card and about $20 in cash, prior to leaving.
Later in the day, officers were called to 2017 Centre Street for a public disturbance. Officers found the suspect, Jaradeh, in front of the Walgreen's, and officers knew the suspect was wanted for violating the restraining order, according to a Boston Police report.
During the booking process, the suspect became progressively incoherent, and unsteady on her feet. Officers also believed the suspect was hallucinating, making statements that indicated she believed she was at a house party. Officers asked the suspect if she were under the influence, and she allegedly told the cops she was on heroin.
Officers then requested that Boston EMS come to the police station, and while EMS tried to transport the suspect, she allegedly became violently uncooperative. The suspect was transferred to Faulkner Hospital, and the booking process was to be continued once she was discharged from the hospital, said a police report.