KENT, OH (WOIO) - Police say a suspect was caught in the act of injecting a lethal drug in a local gas station's public restroom.
According to Kent Police, police arrested Jason Fischer after he was was caught by police on Friday afternoon while in the middle of administering either heroin, Fentanyl, or both in a public restroom. The incident took place at the Sheetz gas station, located at North Mantua Street and Fairchild Avenue. Police say an employee spotted Fischer, who has frequently been seen using the stalls, enter the restroom at the popular gas station. Police arrived and caught the suspect in the stall using the drug.
The most disturbing part is, Fischer left traces of blood and the lethal drug behind on the baby changing station. The deadly drugs can be absorbed through the skin and could have a fatal reaction, especially if a small baby or child comes into contact with the drugs.
Kent Police warned that gas stations and public restrooms have become popular locations for drug sellers and users. They ask that everybody keeps that in mind for their safety and for the kids.