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Britney Ann Weaver, 27, is faces drug and prostitution charges after police found alleged drugs in her apartment and text messages insinuating an oral-sex-for-cash deal on Sept. At approximately p. Market St. A male driver and woman, later identified as Weaver, were seen entering and exiting the building. While driving away from the area, the officer observed the car had an expired inspection sticker, prompting a traffic stop on Schuyler Avenue.
Police took screen shots of the text messages. The driver also told police he intended on receiving oral sex from Weaver but changed his mind once he went in the building and left without paying money or engaging in the sexual act.
Authorities went back to W. Police entered the apartment containing several individuals in it. Officers observed evidence of drug use in the room, including red bags of suspected heroin that were visible. Weaver admitted to meeting with the man with the intention of charging him money for the sex act. She also admitted to having heroin and drug paraphernalia in her apartment. Weaver consented to a search of her apartment that netted authorities several bags of heroin both used and full from a purse behind a door, used bags of heroin in a garbage can and black lock box that contained packets of heroin.
Weaver said when the man came up to the bathroom of her apartment, she said he told her he needed to get a condom from the car before he left and never returned. Spagnuolo Jr. They come in all shapes and sizes, and are traditionally given out to someone who has performed a valuable service. And not just any toilet, but one painted black and yellow — the colors of the Lake-Lehman school district — complete with a Christmas tree.
The winner of the award must keep the tree lit all season, and has their name or names put on the back to enshrine them into rarified company. The first recipient was Misericordia baseball coach Pete Egbert, who transformed a hard-luck baseball program into one of the premiere teams in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The award is meant to be given to somebody that has impacted the community in a positive way, much like Egbert impacted the lives of the players he coached.