Two Eugene women face heroin delivery and other charges after a citizen reported seeing them injecting themselves with drugs in the parking lot of a restaurant Thursday evening, according to a release from Eugene Police Department.
At 5:49 p.m., Sept. 14, police received a report of two women who appeared to be injecting themselves with drugs outside the parking lot of Burrito Boy on River Rd.
Police spotted the vehicle associated with the two women, and saw two female subjects occupying the driver and passenger seat.
The vehicle left the location and began to drive away when the officer initiated a traffic stop. The driver stopped the vehicle.
The passenger exited the vehicle, and was told to get back inside, to which she complied. However, the passenger let her small dog leave the vehicle, but expressed concern to the officer her dog would get run over by a vehicle.
The officer learned the driver of the vehicle, Heidi Rosemarie Musalf, 52, of Eugene, had three warrants for her arrest. The passenger, Susan Autumn Fuller, 32, of Eugene, according to police, initially had given the officer a false name. Once her identity was confirmed, she also was found to have warrants out for her arrest.
Police searched the vehicle and found packages of heroin, cocaine, pills and a significant quantity of cash.
Musalf was arrested on her warrants and also faces new charges of delivery of heroin, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, possession of a Schedule 2 controlled substance, possession of a Schedule 4 controlled substance, driving while suspended and driving without insurance.
Fuller was arrested on her warrants, and on new charges of delivery of heroin, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, possession of a Schedule 2 controlled substance, possession of a Schedule 4 controlled substance, and providing false information to police.