NORWALK, Conn. — Police arrested a Stamford man at a gas station in Norwalk after officers reported seeing him injecting heroin in his car, according to the Hour.
The incident took place Monday afternoon at a gas station on East Avenue, the Hour reported. Officers saw a car parked peculiarly and could see a man, identified as 33-year-old Scott Schwartz of Stamford, injecting a needle into his arm, according to the Hour. Police told the Hour that when Schwartz saw the officers he initially locked his car and refused to come out.
Eventually Schwartz was removed from his car and arrested, the Hour reported. Inside his car, police found a syringe with heroin, as well as another needle, two bags of heroin and more drug paraphernalia, according to the Hour.
He was charged with possession of narcotics, use of drug paraphernalia and interfering with an officer, and given a court date of Nov. 7, according to the Hour.
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